Summary: I am a professional photographer and use 3 Viewsonic LCD monitors for my office and production. Recently I added a computer to my setup and needed a more color and luminence accurate monitor. Being a Viewsonic fan and very satisfied with my previous VP930b LCD monitor I picked VP2250 to add to new computer. I was looking for a monitor with better color reproduction and as VP2250 can produce Adobe colors I bought it. It was a mistake.
Summary: Color calibrating the monitor using Apple tools on Mac doesn't exactly work. In the end, this doesn't totally matter and one could always do it manually. However, Viewsonic support sucks on this matter and they claim that their monitors are not supported on Mac - so for other Mac users, I would recommend a non-Viewsonic monitor.
Summary: I had the VP2130b and the 19" version before that and both were extremely good for working with photography and images - colours true, contrast/brightness good and viewing angles great. Sadly, after 16 months of a rare intermittent problem, the 2130 began to be difficult to start each day and went back under warranty - it was then replaced with a new VP2250wb as they no longer make the 2130.