These are discontinued but great if you can find one cheap.
4 December 2011
Summary: I purchased two of them in April of 2005. The're pretty much equivalent to the Apple Cinema Displays at the time. Screens are better than this now, but these hold up to the test of time. Pros: Good color, not pro, but very very decent. Easy on the eyes. IPS so colors don't shift.
Summary: I've owned this monitor for 7 years since 2004 and it has always been flawless the last 7 years. I've used it as a second monitor to a Mac Laptop and as a TV Screen using a Viewsonic Nextvision N6 Video Processor.
Summary: I bought this screen on August 24th. 2004. I has been working 24/7/365 since then. Not a single dead pixel, not a single problem. 1920 x 1400 pixels is awesome! I bought Dell U2711 one week ago. Best screen upgrade from the Sony. Dell has 2560 X 1440 pixels! You have to see it to believe it!
Summary: I've purchased this monitor in the beginning of 2005 and it is working great in 2009! (my usage since purchase: 5 days a week/from 09.30 to 18.00 non-stop and no defects what-so-ever) I have not seen any such quality product elsewhere.
Summary: This monitor has great color, and is very easy on the eyes. It's a beautiful screen, and I would give it 5 stars, except for one glaring issue. Around the edges of the screen, about 1" wide, everything is tinted pink.
Have many of these in service in professional edit systems.
A. Burnham, Amazon
9 January 2007
Summary: This has been a reliable display device used as a program monitor on many Final Cut Pro editing systems editing 1080i programming for broadcast. It exibits some LCD lag but reliably scales correctly to 1920 x 1080 using a converter (HDP) from HDSDI.
Summary: I'm very glad that I waited for the right time to purchase this awesome monitor. I up-graded from a Sony 17" LCD, SDM-V72W. I found it on-line at B&H Photo for a mere $725.00, a significant discount from the original street price of $2,000.
Summary: I bought this because I tried another monitor, and it had an input lag issues that made it unusable to me (I'm sensitive to that sort of thing). I am a perfectionist, so I decided to pop some extra money for quality.
Summary: First monitor, it has 8 dead pixels on it. I called Sony, they ship me a replacement monitor after 1 month. First replacement monitor has 26+ dead pixels, so I called again... They sent another one, which has 1 dead pixel but pinkish color on 4 sides of the screen. Then... i call again..
Summary: I've had this monitor for 4 months now and I'm very happy with it. The difference with space on my desk is huge, going from a 19' CRT. The stand is well made and looks good as does the overall product. The tilt feature works great too.