As wide as possible *resolution wise) is the way to go.
But like others have said - Pixel size on a monitor of the same physical size is smaller - which can make things harder to see.
I love the wider field of view, being able to glance without turning head for TrackIR.
After a while, the bezels between the screens are not actually noticed.

Three, three year old 27" Predator XB271HU's running 7780x1440

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I7-6700k OC 4.4GHZ, 16GB DDR4 3200Mhz; Gigabyte Gaming 7 MB, G1 OC'ed GTX980ti; Three-Acer XB271HU WQHD Gsync 144Mhz; Samsung 950-512GB NVMe SSD; WD 2TB-7200rpm; Cooler Master HAF XB EVO, Nepton 240M cooler, V1000 PS; Windows 10 PRO; VKB GunfighterPro Stick; Thrustmaster TPR Pedals; Saitek Throttle; Dual TM MFD panels; TrackIR 5; Windows 10 v1909