Summary: I'm unhappy. This thing is floppy in it's stance. The base is loose. It weaves around like a drunk sailor. Some epoxy will probably be needed to stabilize it's motion. Electronic wise it is fine.
Summary: You can benefit from my experience. Before purchasing, google "Samsung flicker" or "Samsung capacitors" (in each case, without the quotes). There is a lot of information on the Internet indicating that Samsung's off-shore manufacturers have used faulty capacitors in their unit power supply--apparently this problem affects both Samsung TV's and monitors.
Summary: I purchased the 226BW 22-inch monitor (I also own a T240HD) and registered it online, taking advantage of Samsung's WRITTEN promise of a 3-month warranty extension (over and above the 3-year standard warranty). My standard warranty expired on July 28, 2010, leaving 3 additional months available. Confirming my theory of planned obsolescence, the monitor flickered and died on September 27. By my calculations, that means the monitor remains under warranty.