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. Decent construction. Have served me well with very heavy use (10+ hrs/day) for 6 years now with surprisingly little degradation in brightness / color. Good size / rez.
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. Too bad this is a discontinued product or I would purchase more.
Pros: First rate quality. Top notch performance for gamers in all game types I've tried. To the normal viewer, all but flawless DVD reproduction.
Cons: If around 1,900 dollars is out of your budget. It may be to big for your workplace.. you need room to sit back and take in all four corners. You may get a twinge in your neck from having to use it so much to look around the 'landscape' before you.
Summary: When I started looking to purchase a large monitor I ready to get the new Apple 23" monitor for my PC however there have been so many posts about the pink and yellow hues, plus complaints about the 1 year Apple warranty versus 3 years for the Sony and since I have had 2 different Sony monitors in the past and was very happy with them , I decided to get with the Sony and ordered it from Amazon.com.