Summary: Bottom line: you have to really enjoy 3D to like this monitor, as it comes with some baggage. The interlaced / lenticular construction is visible both in 2D and 3D. As a 2D monitor it is fatiguing to stare at, much like when you are forced to use a lower res monitor for reading.
Summary: It does everything it says it does and the picture looks amazing. The only minute dislike was there are horizontal lines you can faintly see due to the passive 3D display but this is very easy to overlook when playing games. The 3D image is even more amazing.
Summary: Entry level or not this is pretty cool. In half-life I can bat man-hacks away with the crow bar like I'm playing baseball. Tri-Def is a little buggy but it adds a whole other element to the games that it works on. The comment about only using the HP drivers is not accurate.
Summary: For the price this is a great product. I like passive shutter glasses better than any other style of 3d out there right now. Screen does have parrellel lines that run through it, but that is the same for any shutter 3d tvs too.
Summary: This review is going to focus on the 3d aspect of this monitor. I've been looking into buying a 3d setup for a while now. Even tried using nvidia's anaglyph 3d discover at one point, not recommended. This one was listed on woot with a price-tag of $200 and I decided to hop on the bandwagon.
Summary: The brightest clearest screen that I've ever seen. 3D is available through the use of third party software. A fairly quick computer is needed for the 3D to work correctly. I'd recommend this to anyone that isnt Looking to invest a lot of money in a discreet graphics card or active 3D glasses.