To be honest with you (experience with so many screens of varying types because of my day job) the only real way to get a "perfect" viewing experience is going to be OLED and that is almost certainly outside of the price range of 99.9% of people, even if you ignore the subpixel burn-out that still happens with the blue OLEDs.
The best defence against TN image quality issues is to use a high-quality panel and keep the vertical viewing angle narrow - either a small screen close to you or a larger screen at a greater distance.
The best defence against IPS corner glow is to drown it out with lots of ambient lighting and crank up your brightness to compensate. This somewhat compensates for the glow and high black levels of IPS.
MVA is a mixed bag - Some of the slower panels from 2014 and 2015 have fantastic viewing angles, colour stability, contrast levels and deep black levels but they're too slow for gaming and generally never faster than 60Hz. The newer ones used in high-refresh gaming montors suffer from the older pre-2014 VA problem of yellowing when viewed horizontally off-angle. If you get a curved gaming VA (<2000R at least) you get all the advantages without the horizontal angle issue.TL;DR
- Don't buy cheap TN or large TN
- IPS is best suited to well-lit rooms and daytime use
- Check for horizontal colour shift with VA or get a curved panel.