Brief recap of prior post: I've been trying to find an upgrade for my triple 30" 2560x1600 monitor setup for months. What I really want won't exist for several years (if ever), but I think I found an acceptable compromise in a 38" LG ultrawide with 3840x1600 resolution. I bought the 38BC99-W (business version of 38UC99-W). It uses the same panel as the Dell and Acer 38" ultrawides. It's also the same panel as the newer LG 38WK95C-W, the difference being that the newer WK95 supports HDR. All the 38" ultrawides support Freesync (not Freesync 2.0) up to 75Hz. It's here and setup is complete. Here's the input section on the back. https://imgur.com/zCgLCgG Installed on monitor stand and connected. https://imgur.com/8A6QSev That's a wide window! https://imgur.com/GaAto72 Portrait-landscape-portrait in Windows with 2 of the existing 30" screens. https://imgur.com/WkVqgxr PLP in MX Linux with Nvidia driver 390. https://imgur.com/5XRTGXH It's pretty much what I expected. I'd say backlight bleed from the IPS panel is minimal - I see a little bit in the upper right corner. Backlight bleed is definitely less than I notice with the Monoprice screens. Colors look great, and with the brightness set at 30 the screen is plenty bright without burning my retinas. Black levels can get very dark without washing out detail. A movie displayed in 21:9 has small (about 1/2" wide) black bars on the sides. I've already gotten used to the curve of the screen. https://imgur.com/y2WYzBB I'd read that the monitor would skip frames when set to 75Hz on an Nvidia card, and it does. I verified with the frameskip test on testufo.com. https://imgur.com/RAok6WP A properly displayed image without skipped frames will show contiguous white rectangles with gray coming in or out on the ends. The black rectangle breaking up the flow indicates a skipped frame. I'm looking forward to gaming on this. https://imgur.com/wzCdkLT LG's included Onscreen Control software lets you select preset templates to fit multiple windows on the ultrawide screen. There is an option to display 3 windows across the screen, which I was hoping to see. https://imgur.com/47KhC6i This monitor is a keeper for me. It definitely satisfies the urge to upgrade my displays and should last me 3+ years. I will miss having a remote control to switch inputs like the Monoprice monitors have. It's certainly less convenient to have to reach under the LG monitor for the tiny "joystick" to navigate menus to switch to my Linux system. Hopefully in the next year AMD will make a card that's faster than the 1080Ti and I can check out Freesync.