Pros 22" Perfect Fix for Personal Computer. less than 22" too complicated viewer
Cons No DVI cable and LCD Monitor Driver.
Summary Too bad, no DVI cable, not clear view unless you need DVI and analog cable both output to LCD, otherwise it has few blurr screen. The feature buttons hard to select and control.
Pros Cheaper than most, fast 5ms and descent contrast
Cons Some flickering
Summary I bought this monitor a couple months ago for my new Vista Gaming machine and I have been very happy with it. Games and Video's look great, its very bright especially compared to my 17" CRT next to it. I do get screen flicker every time UAC pops up, or after exiting a full screen game, but this might be partially because the 17" CRT I run with this is at a much lower resolution.
Pros Very non-intrusive border and power light
Cons 5 ms refresh rate
Summary I'm not a gamer or anything. I do limited graphics stuff. I really just wanted to big monitor for more viewing space for school/research. The picture is very clean and it's bright. I'm liking the colors more as I use it more. At first I thought the colors were off, but I realized that it was poor color schemes in the content, not the monitor.
I got it for $189 this week at Best Buy. I think that was the best of all.
I really liked that the power light isn't bright at all - hardly noticeable. It's a small rectangle in the bottom-right corner. There isn't any bright bordering or anything. From a design standpoint, I like simple functionality and this one beat Samsung and LG in that regard.
Pros Price and brand name. Great picture right out of the box
Cons none found after 2 years
Summary I purchased this monitor 2 years ago on eBay and got it for $ 236 and it has worked flawlessly since it came out of the box.Perfect for movies and gaming especially War Craft
"great for the price"on by ramarc
Pros nice picture, component inputs
Cons none for me
Summary i got this for $199 on black friday '06. zero problems after 18 months of use.
games look great. text is sharp (i'm a developer and have visual studio open all day). never used the component inputs but it could be hooked up to my hd cable box if i wanted.