First post on overclock.net. Just here to say I've purchased 3 of the Crossover LED-P.
Have to say these monitors are unbelievable, so well worth taking the risk (so far no trouble). I was sweating a bit with fingers crossed when setting them up to check the pixels. However, there are no dead or stuck pixels, none at all. Checked them thoroughly and used a 50% grey background. Lots of things that looked like dodgy pixels were actually dust, most blew off but some needed a little screen wipe. Dust settles very quickly on these things.
I'm running these on 2x ATI 4770s just now, which I know to you guys is disgraceful, so no crossfire possible, but that's not an issue to me as these are for workflow in 3D MAX / Photoshop / After Effects / Davinci Resolve, rather than gaming. Next upgrade will be to an Nvidia but waiting on the Nvidia 700 series coming in March/April hopefully. Maybe one day I'll have this running in Nvidia Surround and then I can join the club :-)
The seller I bought from was AccessoriesWhole on ebay. He has the best rep as far as I can see. I did not pay the premium for "pixel perfect" monitors as it doesn't seem to make much difference, so could have easily had dead/stuck pixels (up to 3). Great service as well. They checked that the PCB was the latest green one and also got the monitor to me in 4 days (to the UK).
The panel is not super reflective as I was expecting. It does have a reflection but nowhere near as bad as a mirror like reflection.
As a side note I went round and saw a Dell 2412 a few days ago and it had awful backlight bleed, plus a ****ty anti glare coating that I really could never stand, unless you like looking at everything with a film grain effect. So if you are worrying about the QC on these, then take a look at the QC on Apple and Dell, it aint much better
If you are on the fence about these monitors definitely consider picking one or two or three up. This is near enough an Apple (no anti glare) 27inch H-IPS for £260. They are so good I almost cried. I was watching the 2560x1440 Timescapes film: http://timescapes.org/
and was just amazed.Edited by arknox - 1/17/13 at 11:38am