Nec PA series is the natural replacement. They sell them, as always, in two flavours: Spectraview and Multisync. Spectraviews can be calibrated by hardware (everything is set within the monitor) and Multisyncs only allow a mixture of hardware/software calibration (brightness and white point are set in the monitor and gamma is set in the GPU). The best option for hardware calibrating all of these displays is Basiccolor, which is actually the program that NEC sells under the name of Spectraview Profiler, bundled with their SV units.
Your budget will dictate monitor size and whether you get a SV or a MS. I have a PA271W in the studio and when I compare it to the Eizos we rent when on productions, I have no complaints.
Good info! What's your opinion on PA301W vs PA271W?