Running 3 LCD's @ home, 1 for me, 1 for wifey, one for son. No problems to speak of.
For those that do professional photo work, you will not get *true* color reproduction... but you will get damn close. For everything else, the LCD wins, hands down. Space, power consumption, weight, performance... only thing the CRT wins agains the LCD is color depth and reproduction, but you need to be highly atuned to recognize the differences.
Also, get a LCD that is 10ms or less on the response time. Some LCD's that run 12ms or higher can have a "ghosting" effect during rapidly contrasting images (be that gaming, or DVD movie playback).
Also, LCD's still have a problem interpreting "black". Watch a movie with a dark scene, that has bits of grey or light sources smattered into the scene. Watch the gradient transitions between black and white.... you will see digital "pixelation" of the black interpretation, which is an LCD limitation that manufacturers are still fighting to overcome reliably.
LCD's are also easier on the eyes than CRT's since you are not dealing with "refresh rates" as well as having a solid surface that the image is displayed on. CRT's have already been shown to cause the eye to actually focus "just behind" the image being displayed... which leads to eye fatigue and strain. LCD's do not have this problem due to the nature of how they display the image.
For 99% of the market, jumping into an LCD is a no brainer. Do it, you will likely be very happy.