Summary: I paid forty bucks less than its currently listed price today, back on November 24, 2012 - just so you know. I ordered it here on Amazon, same page as I'm writing this review. Here comes the review: Eh, mine wasn't that great, and I'll tell you why, but be careful. There are internet-rumors going around that Samsung is using "panels" from other manufacturers that aren't as good.
Summary: I would agree with the other reviewer who said he has not seen a screen this bad in 10 years. I used the monitor with the hdmi cable connected to an apple computer. Everything on the screen was fuzzy. The lettering was indistinct. The color was odd, even after adjusting it. It was no better than a crt. I returned it.
Summary: When connecting using HDMI the image is clearly downconverted to something like 720P then re-upconverted to 1080P. The result looks terrible. The display reports 1080P over HDMI, but mangles the image before it gets to the actual screen pixels. There is indeed 1080P worth of screen pixels, but they are unusable over HDMI.