Got mine this morning. Reposting some of my info from the main thread:
It's heeeeerrrrrre! Crappy cellphone pic of Crossover with Dell 2001fp (S-IPS from 2004) behind it.
Initial impressions good. Ordered from dreamseller Sunday night, arrived on Friday. Well packaged inside and out. Included DVI-D cable is quite short, only 6' I think. Came with stand already attached, heavy and solid base, holds the monitor where you put it. Unfortunately when trying to rotate into portrait mine gets stuck at a point that isn't fully vertical... not sure if it's something that can be fixed with a bit of extra torque. Really just wanted the height adjustment which works fine, will fiddle with rotation more later. In addition to the back being aluminum, the front bezel is metal as well. Top bezel is ~18mm, sides ~24mm, bottom ~30mm. The logo is laid over top and has a rough feel compared to the glossy black, might be able to just warm it with a hairdryer & peel it off. Will probably try that at some point.
When measuring from desk:
At lowest, top of monitor is ~17.75" (45cm) high, bottom is 2.5" (6.5cm).
At highest, top of monitor is ~22.5" (57cm) high, bottom is 7.5" (19cm).
able to get the refresh rate to 'OC' like the first batch of Catleaps.
My replacement power brick also came but it has no ground... 2 prong socket & plug instead of the 3 prong that was pictured in the ebay ad. Using the default brick for now until I can get that sorted out, no issues with it so far though.
Screen is much bigger and brighter than my 2001fp. Found one stuck pixel in the lower left, looks light blue & only really notice it if I'm looking for it on a black background. Going to run a "stuck pixel fixer" and see if that can unstick it.
Doesn't work on my BIOS screen and new monitor didn't wake up from sleep (my old one did)... that's probably more my ATI 5750 being dumb than the monitor though. Will have to look into that further.
Happy with purchase and can recommend it.