Summary: I would buy this monitor again if it were for an elderly person, or a person who doesn't care about their monitor. Personally, with the painfully ugly color reproduction and seemingly low resolution, I'd spend $20 less to get a beautiful viewsonic VA2249S.
Pros: It's cheap, great for everyday use. Buttons are well laid out
Cons: Poor color reproduction (Maybe just mine?) It was 8 bit and looked gross. (http://superuser.com/questions/545563/what-are-the-advantages-of-10-bit-monitors) Had to restart twice with Windows 10 and GTX 970 and the monitor plugged in via displayport to get it to detect a signal At 94 pixels per sq...
Excerpt: I use this monitor with music recording software in a professional environment. It is well built, solid, and has a very nice and sturdy stand. I didn't really find anything about it not to like.
Summary: This monitor from Dell has no Service Tag. It is impossible to get any warranty without a Service Tag. You cannot Register the monitor in order to get the 3 year alleged warranty. It is a Dell Customer trick. So consider that this monitor has no warranty.