Tommy98 I believe at this point depending on what I'm doing I have used and do use every screen type except I have no experience with mini LED and full array local dimming LED screens. I use a VA panel at work I have an IPS tablet at work and I have 2 TN panels at home, 2013 Plasma TV's and a 2002 JVC CRT. I also have a Yotaphone 2 which has an OLED screen on it. My biggest issue is what I'm doing on the screen ends up being the biggest cause of eye strain. I don't like to watch movies/shows unless it's on my Plasma TV. When I game I always use the correct screen for the job and that is usually determined by what game I'm playing and what Console It is. It would be in your best interest to become familiar with all the screen types and what kind of content you are doing on them. Are you only reading text? Are you only playing games? Are you only watching movies. Linus Tech Tips has done good videos on all the different screen types. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNc2fKuVnGU At least in my case if you can narrow down your causes of pain you should be able to do 16 hours of screen time a day if you want. Everyone's eyes see and process screens differently and just cause a CRT/Plasma or LED using BFI is most comfortable to me doesn't mean it will work for you. If you are watching movies it is a big deal to make sure you know what the content you are watching vs what your refresh rate is. https://forums.blurbusters.com/viewtopic.php?t=3111&start=10
Games are the same and it pays to know what FPS your game is running at and if it's locked. Every single game will be different. If I pop in Gex for the 3DO that game is terribly programmed. It's capped at 30FPS but it's not stable and the FPS jumps all over the place. It causes tons of strain pretty fast. Same thing with Tony Hawks Pro Skater 2 for the PS. The FPS is not stable and there is tons of studder. When I play the Dreamcast version of THPS 2 though no eye strain because it's locked at 60FPS. My biggest triggers are motion blur, PWM flicker and very bright screens. You might get lucky and maybe you just need a certain screen type and all your problems are solved. All of us are different on here. Another strange one for me is I can't tolerate any LED light bulb. I still to this day have not figured that one out. I even tried one of the better more expensive LED's that has less blue light in it then Incandescent and is flicker free but still gives me eye issues. That's why I own over a 1000 Incandescent bulbs for the rest of my life just in case. Good luck!