Pros: Price, Size, Resolution, Color
Cons: Build quality, power adapter, heat
I'll keep it short, as there is plenty to read about in the forums. If you want good colors, good resolution, and are on a budget, these Korean IPS 27" monitors fit the bill.
Color is "OK" out of the box, but if you are doing any photo/video work, you will want to use a basic calibration tool. This monitor has no OSD, so you can only control brightness without software. Once calibrated, these things are pretty good. Expect 77% of adobe RGB color range. Better than TN panels, but not as good as the high end IPS panels that can do >100% aRGB.
Viewing angles are just "OK". Larger, back-lit screens are prone to a bit of IPS "Glow" around the edges when viewed off angle. Using straight on at reasonable viewing distances will product the best results.
Most of these ship with a power brick designed to work with 190-240v range input, but they will work with standard 110v US outlets as well. However, they will run hotter, and are more prone to failure that ones specifically built for 110v. So, you may want to budget an extra $25 or so to replace this brick.
Buyer beware: You need a graphics card capable of support the full DVI Dual Link resolution of 2650x1440p. There is no scaler onboard, so most laptops or notebook computer will not drive these.
Definitely not for everyone, but... It works for me.