This Poster Exhibit examines some of the criteria used to evaluate high resolution display systems. These systems have several applications including medical imaging, prepress, and image exploitation. Criteria examined are number of shades of gray, bandwidth, focus, smearing, and ghosting. These each constitute a way of characterizing the quality of the image, allowing us to go beyond an expression of "looks pretty nice." The display systems used are 2048x2560 grayscale monitors, driven by a graphics card that plugs into one of the PCI slots in a computer or workstation.