Yeah, it's a fine monitor. But I had to write this review because of one stupid irritating-as issue with it. I have two of these monitors at work, and I've also known another person to hit the same issue.
Say you've selected the DVI socket as the input, using the monitor on-screen display (OSD). Then for whatever reason you get rid of the DVI device, and plug an HDMI device (for example). The problem? You simply can't bring up the menu to switch input.
Power on the monitor, it says "no input" and goes to sleep. Can you bring up the menu? No. The only fix I know is to go and find the right kind of source that the monitor is demanding, plug it into the monitor, and then you can change the settings using the OSD.
The first time this happened, it was because I upgraded the PC graphics card. The second time, it was because I switched to DVI input by accident (I only had devices plugged into the VGA and HDMI sockets).
In 'auto' input mode, you can use one of the buttons to switch input - but not if you've specified one in the menu - why not?!
Very stupid bug, and very annoying.
And if anyone knows a better fix (than hunting down a device which will output whatever the monitor is demanding) - please, please post it here!
Not a bad monitor when it's working though.