Summary: I have a 27" non-Thunderbolt display. It's four years, two months old. It failed, with the power supply buzz that's been so widely reported. The Apple Geniuses told me it would be $700 to repair it. Seriously, guys, that's a $175 part.
Excerpt: Well, my first Apple Computer. My wife and I retired and we got now into photography (Photoshop.Lightroom, etc...). We are both taking B&H free photography classes that are absolutely fantastic and we also joined a photo club (Park West Photo Club) to improve our photo skills.
Summary: This is a great monitor, but it is due for an update urgently. I own one and was thinking to get a second one, but I'm still waiting for an update to not only the resolution but also to the vessel which is unacceptable thick for a 2016 monitor, specially from a company like apple that cares so much...
Summary: First the good: Screen resolution and colors are excellent. No degradation in the four years I've owned mine. Now the bad: The speakers are ordinary, when they work (see below). Pretty disappointing for a $1000 monitor.
Summary: Just one month after the guarantee expired, I noticed humidity stains behind the screen. It's beyond me why after all these years, it's still expensive and thicker than the full-featured iMacs.
Excerpt: The screen size is just right for most applications and the clarity of the icons and colors are amazing. I was hesitate to pay this amount for a computer display but after using it now for about a month I couldn't live without it.
Summary: I use this display with both my Mac mini and my Late 2011 MBP. The image quality is fantastic along with the convenience of only plugging in the Thunderbolt and MagSafe (on my MBP) and subsequently being connected to the web via hardwire and all of your USB accessories like a keyboard and Hard...