Pros: Bought this to replace my old, dead 19" crt, and didn't have any room for another crt. Image is bright and crisp. I use it for gaming, tv viewing, and video editing/production. I have had Viewsonic monitors in the past, and have never be disappointed.
Cons: Built-in speaks where a bit disappointing, then again.. one can not expect much for 1.5w :P
Summary: I wanted to supplement a 19" Sony Trinitron monitor with an LCD display. The CRT has a great picture, of course. Not being a gamer, my criteria is text display. After looking over a number of LCDs at Frys (sorry Amazon) I bought this one because: - it has excellent text rendering for an LCD, better...
Summary: I purchased this monitor to replace my 17" NEC. So far I have been very happy with it. I am using the DVI connector with my ATI Radeon XL1800 video card. It is working great with no dead pixels out of the box and nice clarity and brightness.
Summary: This is my first experince with this type of monitor. I am pleased with the display because I don't need my glasses to read the screen. I think your set up instructions could have been better.
Summary: Now that I have replaced my wifes crt with the ViewSonic VG2021m 20" Multimedia LCD Display, the cats have allot more space between the monitor and the keyboard. Now all I have to do is get the wireless mouse and all will be happy. Oh, my wife loves the monitors size and clarity.
Summary: I jumped to this LCD from my high-end Sony G420 19" Trinitron CRT. The picture is very sharp and color is nice. I planned to return it since it only display 6-bit color, but it turns out quite nice.
Pros: Sharp pictures Good color Lower resolution = bigger readable fonts (to some people) Low price
Cons: Some gradual effects from different angles. Lower/Non-standard 20" LCD resolution (to some people)
Summary: Definitely worth the money, but double check your dispay driver and hardware to ensure it will support this resolution.
Pros: Bright, clear picture. Well worth the price.
Cons: The other comments on the resolution are spot on. The wrong setting can cause blurry bands across the screen. Windows chokes, but Linux does well and has a very clear picture. I think I just need to update my Windows drivers though.