im recive my Crossover Fast 144 week ago and today finish my amateur review on it.
Sorry, its on russian, so you can try google translate or just see pic of light bleed etc, and im also try to describe main points there (sorry my terrible english)
Im buy "perfect" lot (about 15$ more expensive)
My unit have pretty good both white and black uniformity - no serious light bleed, only small lighted part on top of screen, absolutly not bothered.
One small dead pixel (not even see it until take a photo of light bleeding with +1ev)
Pretty bright screen - im use X-rite ColorMunki Display and measure about 95cd/m2 with "Backlight" setting of monitor selected "0" (minimum). So its still bright even on mnmal backlight brightness. If also pull down "Contrast" and "Brightness" settings in OSD a little (for dark colors not fusing in black) im can achieve 75cd.m2 and its steel pretty bright for faded monitors lovers like my
Measured contrast with 95cd/m its 814:1. So monitors looks like clone of Acer Predator XG270HU - its also have 855:1 with 85cd/m2 (by tftcentral review)
Cntrast 800:1 its ok for IPS but not great result, if i compare to 1250:1 of my old Crossover 2735 its defently more deep black.
About colors - its perfect. Gradient very smooth even after calibration. Colors with not big visible errors.
I make calibration with DisplayCal and chek after it - colors accuracity very good, average dE 0.15, maximum - 0.51, its great result. so you can work with colors in sRGB mode with this monitor. For Adobe RGB, of curse, need something more professional.
So, its have flaws with minimal brightness level and not great contrast but all others pretty nice. Good design, good, stand, good colors, and games in 144hz for just 500$