Maybe this seems rather regressive, but in a day and age when people are using their phones to send text messages, this could be the next Big Thing.
Did you know you can calibrate an Eizo to produce a perfectly black and white display? I didn't. A recent post in ColorForums got me doing some research in this vein. There are a couple of ways to do this. One is to create an RGB profile in Photoshop but define the primary colors using very low-chroma primary colors. Eizo's ColorNavigator software can be called in to emulate that profile on their display and you end up with a mostly black and white display. An even better way to get a more completely neutral result is to go into the ColorNavigator advanced feature that allows you to independently adjust contrast, saturation and such on 6 colors. I removed all saturation, re-calibrated, and now have a perfectly calibrated black and white display. (I wonder if I can get 'I love Lucy' on this...?)