Summary: First up, I'll admit my Viewsonic is not this exact model but the VX2035 that preceded it. But it appears that the stuck pixel thing has happened to more than one reviewer. Thanks to one of them for mentioning using jscreenfix to try and resolve that.
Summary: I bought this monitor to serve as a screen for a MythTV home theater PC. 22" is a decent size to replace a bedroom TV. This model is fairly susceptible to light leaks, which are apparent with an all black screen, but not noticeable otherwise.
Summary: Not a bad monitor while it lasted. The height adjustment was useful until I got a VESA deskmount. Unfortunately, eight months after the warranty expired the screen has started showing interference when it is switched on.
Summary: Bought this screen to run with a new Dell Inspiron 530. Dell has an ATI radeon HD 2400 Pro video card. It works fine on analog mode, but use the digital DVI connection and althought the picture is sharper, it is rendered useless by random flickering pixels, mostly in dark areas of the picture.