Originally Posted by Descadent
accessorieswhole. barely any backlight bleed, no dead pixels on all 3 of mine, and took 1 and half days from korea to delivery in NC usa from time of order.
After seeing your comments numerous times on OCN, I'd like to give some advice to new comers:
The chance of getting a good monitor is depending on your luck, not depending on sellers. Because all korean sellers' QA teams are crap! Look how many people had problems after receiving the monitors even the sellers claimed they checked the monitor before shipment. Don't get me wrong, I believe they indeed check the monitor, but they are not doing the job that you think they should be doing. I believe in their standard, good monitor = can be powered on OR no dead pixel (if you pay extra for PP). They don't give **** about backlight bleeding, pressure marks on screen, dusts under the screen, missing hdmi port, etc. But, you do need a good seller to perform a return or an exchange, that's where AW shines.
All in all, the choice of sellers will not increase your chance of getting a good monitor, but can increase the probability of taking care of monitor's problem if the one you receive have any. Korean sellers if you are reading this, please, have a meeting with your QA team, ask them to do a better job. It helps save money or your end as well.