PRAD's Review Will be Free December 30th The Review Preview costs 2.50 Euros/3.42$ US. PRAD measured a 1ms signal display which is phenomenal for a multi-input monitor! It also has judder free 1080p@24hz Blu-Ray playback capabilities over HDMI! The iiyama uses Plasma Deposition Coating which is less reflective vs. the glass the Apple Cinema Display and Samsung S27B970D use and also produces blacker blacks. -Min brightness=160cdm/2 Glass Samsung S27B970D vs. Semi-Glossy NEC P242W: Both monitors were calibrated, have 900:1 contrast ratios and were set to 140cdm/2 Glass Samsung S27B970D vs. Glossy Crossover 2720MDP: Both monitors were calibrated and were set to 140cdm/2. The Crossover 2720MDP has a 850:1 contrast ratio. Glossy displays produce deeper blacks but are more reflective vs. Plasma Deposition Coating. All of the monitors in my linked picture have 1000-1100:1 contrast ratios @120cdm/2 brightness and were calibrated. I am reviewing the Crossover 2755AMG which is a cheaper re-brand, it has a 20ms delay, and lacks a height adjustable stand. It also needs 3m .5mm x 10mm threaded screws to VESA mount which I can only find online from US sellers. My review has links to Playerwares reviews of the 2755 & 2763AMG, both of which perform similarly to the iiyama. The 2763AMG Playerwares reviewed had better default gamma than the 2755, my 2755AMG's gamma is as good as the 2763AMG Playerwares reviewed. I lent my PS3 to a friend so I can't use blu-rays to test for judder. North American residents can purchase Planars version, the Planar PXL2790MW but there are no reviews.