> That does not solve the problem. The problem is that modern monitors do
> not have phosphors that match their refresh rate. Given the phosphors
> that are used these days I would need a monitor with a refresh rate of
> about 400 Hz to find black on white acceptable. No chance to compensate
> using lower brightness. I wished this *were* a hypothetical problem :-|

Perhaps you should get a graphic card with DVI and a decent LCD monitor, 
if this is such a big problem. I also could not stand anything below 
100Hz. The problem is that most monitors have a blurry display if using 
100Hz or above, so LCDs are the way to go. Your eyes will thank you :-)

martinus