Summary: I have had a good experience with Samsung monitors. Good color reproduction, ease of use and reliability. I don't think I have noticed a dead pixel in any of monitors we have deployed. We are now issuing micro computers at our office which can be attached to a monitor's VESA mount.
Summary: I bought this monitor about a year back from Best Buy while I was working there (employee price is only $5 less). People think that with such a large display and regular 1920x1080 resolution that it would look pixelated or blurry. I completely disagree.
Summary: Got this for Christmas today from Best Buy, running it as my main display with a 19" dell as my skype/peripherals monitor. Asus sabertooth Z77, i7 3770k @4 ghz, EVGA gtx 660, Corsair HX 850, Rosewill Blackhawk mid atx blue LED, XSPC liquid cooling, 60gb SSD (Windows 7) 2x 1tb WD (data)
Pros: 2ms response time, 1080p, speakers, touch buttons, HUGE
Summary: Most folks that buy a display like this are running mid/high end graphics cards that normally are dual dvi. So why then does Samsung NOT package that type of cord? Instead it comes with a vga to vga and a HDMI to ml cord?
Pros: Monitor/Display is simple amazing. The color is true and no bleed through.
Cons: Kit DOES NOT come with a DVI to HDMI cord or adapter. I had to take a trip to Fr**'s to buy one.
Summary: The guy who wrote the 1 star review obviously doesn't understand monitors very well because he wrote LED technology isn't there yet so he went back to buying LCD monitors, that makes no sense.
Pros: Colors that come alive, the picture difference from your old monitor will be immediately noticable.
Cons: None really except as with all technology you wish the price was lower.