Summary: This was my first LCD, purchased ~5 years ago. I was not used to the harder to read text in comparison to the 19" CRT I'd had, so that took a little getting used to. Other than that, a solid gaming monitor. I didn't have any serious problems.
Summary: My Rig - EVGA 680i A1 | Intel Q6600 @ 3.0 GHz (w/Zalman 9700) | BFG 8800 GTX @ 626/2000 | 2x 1GB Corsair Dominator PC8500| Creative X-Fi Fatal1ty | PC P&C 750W Silencer | Thermaltake Armor Black Full Tower w/25CM Fan | 1x Western Digital SE16 500GB | 2x Western Digital SE16 250GB RAID-0 (Windows...
Pros: This is my first LCD monitor, which I switched to from a 19" CRT about 9 months ago, and wow, what a difference! Everything seems so much clearer and sharper. Seeing as how I never used an LCD monitor with a higher response time (for gaming), all I can say is I do not notice any sign of ghosting....
Cons: The only con I could think of is that the backlight is a little bright for dark games, but still easily enjoyable. Also, the backlight bleeds a little on the top and bottom when looking at a completely black image. The default brightness was also a little much, had to turn it down a bit.
Summary: I've had 2 of these for 2 years now and I love them. Cheap, fast, never a dead/stuck pixel.
Pros: Very fast monitor. You won't get any ghosting from this guy.
Cons: After playing BF2 or EVE on this monitor and then playing on a friends, I realized there are better looking monitors. Colors seem great when you have nothing to compare them to, but put the VX922 beside a different monitor and you'll see that the colors are actually a bit dull.
Summary: Your display is only as good as the video card that is sending the signal. Image was fabulous on my eVGA 6800 Ultra 256 via DVI. I think my server has an MX400 and the display is muddled looking.
Pros: Purchased 2 for dual monitor setup. Very bright, had to bump the brightness all the way down. I like the one button input switching between digital and analog. I have the analog on one connected to a kvm. The display quality differs greatly depending on the source but do not blame poor resolution...
Cons: One of the 2 had a pixel stuck on blue but it rubbed right out and has not returned. Hopefully not too many people will have problems with this but watch out.