I would like to add the tip of my hat to the the Crafty Big Clothes man.
Purchasing the PCBank (super) from him was pretty much the same as told here by others.
I purchased the screen on Monday the 23rd and following the expected questionnaire, it was shipped on the 24th, arriving on Friday.
As noted here previously, Bigclothcraft's packaging method does leave some bubble-wrapping to be desired (check Voldermost's post
for examples) yet I must commend DHL's handling of my box. The brown packing paper is quite thin and would probably show any mishandling by the carrier and it was in great shaped when i received it.
Overall, i don't have a lot to add beyond what was said before me.
The screen looks great, i did not detect any dead/sick pixels yet and my purchasing experience was on par with what others reported here for Bigclothcraft.
The one funny thing i noticed is that the cover wrapping on the screen's frame was probably added before
the screen was assembled. as a result, some bits remained stuck between the frame and the screen's body..
It does not affect it at all, but it does add another answer to the question: "How come this screen is so cheap?"
All in all, my experience with this purchase had been a very positive one and i would also like to thank the people here for sharing the wealth of information available on those pages which revealed this option to me and ultimately persuaded me to take this (successful) gamble