Summary: I have had four of these monitors in service (in a climate controlled room) for a little over one year. I have experienced two failures and multiple problems "syncing" the video signal using KVM extenders with brand new HP pcs running XP and 2003.
Summary: I have owned this monitor for a year with no problems. Sometimes I think the colors are a little on the dark side, as compared with my monitor at work, but I am not too picky. I would buy another one.
Summary: I bought this monitor because of good reviews and industry feedback. I am not seeing it. I am guessing that many folks are awed by this as their first LCD monitor. I've seen other, far less expensive, LCD monitors that deliver as well or better. On the plus side, not a single dead pixel.
Summary: Seems like a great monitor except for the BRIGHT RED dead pixle in the middle of the screen. At least Newegg advertises their dead pixle policy - ordered from AMAZON because have had good customer service in the past, and didn't want to have to deal with dead pixles.
Summary: I bought it and it was very fast shipping, im pleased with amazon.com and how fast they were able to ship my order. I took it out of the box, plugged it in and used the supplied DVI cable and connected it to my Geforce 6600GT. this monitor worked very well.
Summary: After switching from an old CRT monitor to this LCD monitor, I can not describe how great my games look. Everything is crisp and colorful in a way that I couldn't have imagined. Well worth the purchase price.
Summary: I had always only bought Sony but due to their increasing arrogance (last straw was being forced to pay 35p/min to complain about them taking two payments not one since they only accept calls on a premium number for Vaio') decided to look at other brands, and now I am glad I did.
Summary: Makes for a awsome desktop . . . I got one as a refurb and it works great. No dead pixles. The stand that it sits on raises the monitor about 5inches off the top of my desk or another 2 to 3 inches taller than my other LCD monitors . . .