I only had experience with lightboost, ulmb and the eizo turbo 240, which was really horrible (probably because of double strobe when I'm right) and the samsung cfg70 which was good but not good enought The best results I have seen at the moment was within ULMB + TN. But I also read about very good homogenity within the Benq models and I'm scared a bit in buying an asus or acer 24 Inch with G-Sync for ULMB.You've already tried a blur reduction (strobe backlight) mode before? If not, you might prefer one of the easier pre-calibrated ones.
I was born in 1985, so I only have "experience" with older TV's and CRT Monitors, and still I miss the motion blur abilities from a CRT monitor So I think I will give the Benq 2546 a try, after it's released.
Thanks again, I really appreciate!
Edit: If the Benq 2720Z (with the new utility) should have same motion blur abilities like a TN monitor with ULMB, this also would be good for me while the difference from 24 to 27" is pretty noticeable for me