And how about accuracy for the retoucher compared to the Eizo? I'm not super interested in massive gamut displays, a display is just a reference for me, my printers gamut is smaller than rgb too so I'm probably as well missing some gamut on my display.
We have been working on a series of jobs for magazine & the Ad industry using the Apple Cinema display. This retouching house have a lot of them. They tried the Eizo out for a week & sent it back. Try looking on an angle with the Eizo (it sucks ) & clients sit beside the retoucher ( an angle), we had the same problem shooting tethered with the Eizo, so we used the Apple cinema instead. This company has no problems using the Apple cinema for professional work.