** FEATURE IDEA **
I've also been using a wide gamut screen, for a few months now, Dell UP2516D, I like it and haven't noticed any issues. However it has complicated processing a little. I have the panel in adobeRGB mode, at least for processing photos, and output the final result (from RT usually) to the profile RT Medium... (i.e. adobeRGB equivalent), and I add "adobeRGB" to the file name, to remind me. So far so good.
If I want anyone else to see the photo, I produce an sRGB version, so change the output profile, usually resize and sharpen, switch off the "main" sharpening in the Detail toolbox, and Save at 95% quality. This usually gives a jpeg of around 2-3Mb.
So here is a wish-list suggestion for RT development. How about a new setting which when enabled means RT would automatically output a second file in addition to the "primary" one. There would be a new "second file" PP3 living in the user's folder. RT would output the "main" file, then apply the settings from the second file PP3, then output it.
The idea is that the second file PP3 has a user-defined set of standard changes, just the changes needed beyond what you had for the main output. E.g. in my case, change profile, switch off main sharpening, resize to scale x.
This might be useful for people who want a second smaller jpeg for social media?
And how about a facility to put some text (e.g. your name) in a corner of the picture where not much is happening as determined by some clever algorithm!! Colour/brightness automatically derived so it is legible but not in your face.
I did say "wish"...