OK. So I am looking to buy a large scale drawing tablet/monitor. I’m not a full-time artist, but I do landscape design and I currently do all of it on my galaxy book Flex. I design a lot using the pen, I screen share during zoom and do pen-based design work with clients, plus I do some personal digital artwork. But I also want a monitor that I can use in general with my laptop for better posture. I have the opportunity to get a used 10-year old Wacom 24HD for 500$ or a new Huion 22 Plus for 550$ from Amazon, and I'm looking for input. Research indicates the Huion 22 plus is a better screen. Afaik, better color gamut, brightness, etc, and also has etched glass and a newer (improved) pen. They even have felt nibs, so I'm sure the tactile experience is better than in the past. Plus it stays cool and quiet, and is lighter if (for some reason?) I want to move to a different table, etc. I mean, the Huion weighs 8 or 9 lbs, and the Cintiq is like 30 or 40 lbs or soemthing, right? No touch input, but that's the same on the 24HD. And the resolution is 1900 x 1080, basically the as the cintiq. Of course, Wacom is wacom and the 24HD seems drool-worthy to me. With it, I'm assuming I get a stellar (unrivalled?) pen experience. Plus I get bezel buttons, which, in general, I love. So, as a drawing experience, I'm sure it's better. And it comes with the Ergo Stand, which seems like a positive. But there must be negatives? Does the screens get hot? Is the fan noisy after a few hours work? Is brightness low, etc?? Of course, it's gigantic. And it would be old. Which makes me pause, for a device that's 500$. Of course, LOL, perhaps buying an older device means all the malfunctioning ones have been weeded out?? Is this an obvious choice, and I should get the old 24HD? Does it work as a monitor as well? Or are there known issues with it?