I often see the advice "if you're a professional photo or video editor, get a display with wide color gamut." I'm neither of those things, but I do have a gaming laptop with 86% sRGB. I'm currently looking at getting a cheaper laptop as a daily driver (word processing, reading, PowerPoint creation, watching videos), and I've found one that I like in every way--except its display offers 57% sRGB. I haven't seen the display to judge it myself. But my question is this: is there an ideal "minimum" color gamut that even an average consumer shouldn't go below? Specifically curious about sRGB, but also wondering about AbodeRGB and NTSC. And when comparing two screens, is a 30% drop in sRGB (or AbobeRGB or NTSC) likely to be noticed by pretty much everyone as a ghastly drop in quality, or is it really something only video/photo editors would notice? Thanks!