Now that’s asking a lot with monitors most people seem to turn out disappointed, because they know how much they’re spending, and they think it’s getting them a top-notch monitor, and then they find out about the flaws.
TBH past 90 Hz you’d be hard pressed to tell the difference.
The VRR range is more important than the top figure. Meaning, a monitor will only be able to work with VRR when the video card produces a frame rate that falls in a certain pre-set range.
Sometimes the range is pretty small.
All monitors have flaws, it’s more a matter of finding flaws that you can live with than finding the perfect monitor.
If that ever existed, it would probably cost much more than you would ever care to spend.
So to go full circle, you’re only going to be happy, when you decide you’re happy.