pretty good, but would not recommend if you want to connect 2 PCs
M. Kim, Amazon
15 April 2009
Summary: Update, 4/21/09, two things: #1, I've also discovered that the VGA connection is limited to 1920x1200 resolution, so DVI is the ONLY connection that will do 2560x1600 resolution; #2, in the last two weeks, my monitor has begun to exhibit the "flickering/blanking" behavior that many other users have reported - as in, the monitor will suddenly go blank as if it has lost power, and a few seconds later, the picture will usually come back. Usually.
Summary: I REALLY wanted this Gateway XHD3000 30" LCD to work for my setup. 2560x1600 matches the resolution of Apple's cinema display. Plus HDMI and all the other inputs ... wow .... too good to be true!. Well, unfortunately for us Mac lovers (and we are growing in number everyday) this monitor is not compatible with our macs. Oh ... and everything in the monitor's specs indicates that is should work on my G5 powerPC power mac ...
21st monitor with 1980 level software & technical support
Amazon Customer, Amazon
31 March 2008
Summary: I purchased this monitor 4 days ago and have had both joy and pain with it since. Pro: I love the PIP support, such as sizing the window, moving, and transparency. While there are limits when using 2560x1600 mode, Gateway denotes these limits up front and discusses how to work around them. The 2560x1600 is wonderful. The color width / saturation could be better (e.g. like the Dell 3008WFP, but you can't have everything). The multiple input support works very nicely.