I am not a fan of CRTs. I've made that very clear on this forum a long time ago. But I've also decided that I want revisit the idea of starting a gaming YouTube channel. It's fine to 100% rely on emulation for revisiting older games for casual play and whatnot, but I think I would be doing my future audience a disservice by not revisiting older games on original hardware with a TV that was meant for that type of content. Example: If I play a game such as Crash Bandicoot 2 on emulation, I'll have a much better experience. That's great and all, but it won't give me the 100% accurate intended experience. I was completely unaware the analog sensitivity was so limited in that game until recently because I was so used to the benefits of emulation. But I have some concerns... #1 BIGGEST ISSUE: My 24/7 headache is so severe that it destroyed my education and finances. CRT's can be horrible for people with headache issues. It's one of the main reasons why I stopped using them a long time ago. Are there CRT's that aren't likely to make my headache issues worse than my lovely monitor? #2 Type & Size: There are a lot of different CRTs. I vastly prefer owning one on the smaller end with a flat screen. When I went to Fanime 2016, they had a lot of TV's like this one that I felt worked pretty well for older games. All my childhood CRT's sucked in comparison. Something smaller than that would probably be more ideal because of space issues. The option to use formats other than composite would be nice, but it's not mandatory for me. My 1997 model SNES doesn't even provide me the option of using stuff like RGB and I'd rather invest in the upcoming Super Nt than to mod my SNES. #3 Price: What are the most affordable ways to find a decent flat CRT? Flat CRT TV's for sale online are pricier than expected, so suggestions are appreciated. There's also the option of playing older games on original hardware with newer TV's, but I don't feel certain systems work well with new TV's. Low resolutions scale horribly and it can increase input lag which is less than ideal when revisiting old games. I was so angry many years ago when I found out through experience that both PS1 and PS2 games had additional input lag when played on a PS3.