Summary: The only major concern I have with this monitor (and it is a big one) after two months of use is the poor viewing angle. If for example, you have a full field of view photo and you move your eye level up or down several inches there will be a striking degredation of image quality. This is because you are paying for a low cost TN pannel. You can partially compensate by incrasing the viewing distance.
Summary: Purchased this 26 inch TV after buying the 55 inch LCD Samsung locally in September. Picture not as good as cracked up to be. Does not match my 32 inch Sylvania given same specs!! Works ok for the kitchen viewing 8 feet away. Tried the HDMI + component + TV "F" connector (RF) not really much diff. Speakers rather tinny but to be expected. Average at best overall.
Summary: I'm using this monitor for design, and compared to my 24" Dell (also 1920x1200) this monitor is very similar, but exhibits quite a bit more color shift vertically. Sitting two feet away you will see significant shift from the top of the screen to the bottom of the screen. Also, after a few tries calibrating the monitor, there is still an issue of 94% and up greys flattening out to white. A great monitor for most users, but not the best for designers, photographers, etc.
Summary: The T260 is a TN panel with a very narrow viewing angle: from top to bottom and left to right there is a considerable variation in brightness and color accuracy. I found myself unable to get an accurate gamma setting on this monitor and after a week of trying I gave up and returned the monitor for a refund. For Internet surfing, watching videos and gaming this monitor will do the job. For serious photo work forget it.