Oh man I didn't know that - I didn't test the KVM feature on it. I already boxed it back up - it will be going to the store tomorrow. The OSD buttons are truly terrible - I have no idea why they would still go with that when pretty much every display now has a joystick implementation. Even if everything else was perfect I'd have to really think about sticking with it long term just because of that.
I did grab a rated thunderbolt cable but wasn't able to get 144hz - Windows and Nvidia Control Panel capped out at 100hz for some reason. I didn't spend too much time on it but thinking it's probably more a limitation of my laptop than the display itself. My laptop also has a dedicated GPU and it seems as though 65W isn't enough juice to power it anyway so the single cable solution seems like a moot point for me I guess. If I unplug the power cord from my PC the screen would continually turn off. Plugging the power back in fixed the issue.
So even with the uniformity issues you prefer the FI32U? Or are you still on the hunt for something else.
It's a really a shame that the Acer build quality and KVM function sucks so much, because it's otherwise so close. Good panel and uniformity, 65w charging, 4K/144hz over USBC...