Summary: This screen is bad-ass! Vibrant colors and a big display. The only problem I have with this monitor is that it's not adjustable in terms of tilting. Coming with 2xHDMI and 2xD-DVI, I have not been able to test out the dual-ability. The screen is a bit dimmer than the LG-E2350V. Overall I'm happy with the purchase.
Summary: The design is pretty good, but, for God's name, who thought of using a gloss black case over a set of touch-sensitive "keyless" buttons? You can't possibly change a setting without leaving a "nice" fingerprint, looking ugly over the supposedly touch-button, whose actual use can become frustrating after a while and believe me, you'll need a lot of research to apply optimal settings on this monitor, to match you viewing tastes (I still haven't!).
Summary: I also own the 24 inch iMac. The LED screen on the iMac is also made by LG and it is of slightly higher quality. These LG 24 inch monitors are more elongated sideways than the apple LED monitors. I also own a 19 inch LCD monitor and I was little disappointed the height of this monitor is the same as my 19 inch LCD monitor. Overall, the screen size of this monitor is around 60% larger (all sideways) than my 19 inch LCD monitor.
Summary: Plus sides: It's big, it doesn't look bad, does real 1080p resolution, fits on my computer desk (which has a shelf over the monitor area) because it's really wide but only about as tall as my old 22" monitor, and it has two HDMI and one DVI input so I can send my upconverting DVD player's output to it as well as my computer's output.
Summary: There is no doubting the sexiness of this monitor. LED backlit, BEAUTIFUL black shell, thin as Brangelina after a 48 hour cocaine binge. As pretty as it is on the outside, the screen falls a tad bit short on the inside. While it does produce a nice image, I have seen more vivid and bright offerings from other manufacturers like Samsung and Asus. I am sure the matte screen helps with reducing glare, but I do prefer glass.