You have deleted your post from my thread http://www.overclock.net/t/1354888/crossover-2730-light-leak-would-you-complain
where you offered your monitor for mine faulty. Sorry I did not get back to you, but I was waiting until my case is resolved and I guess you have got rid off your monitor already.
I must say I was lucky in the end, because my massive light leak issue allowed me to return my monitor and get a full refund. I did not like the monitor from the same reason as you. Everything is just too tiny on this screen for me. I think resolution such as 2560x1440 is high enough only for screens from sizes from 30" if not 32", talking for myself, because I had to really increase all DPI and font sizes so I can read without my eyes hurting.
The screen quality is stunning, however weirdly enough I get more service from my older dual monitors 19" (1440x900) + 17" (1280x1024) because they provide me actually more desktop size while they occupy almost the same space on my desk as huge 27", not mentioning the comfort having applications in fullscreen while having more stuff displayed on another monitor, but I compare that just because I was naive to think that one big monitor will fully replace 2 smaller. I will be still looking to replace my 17" with some new monitor, but I think I overshooted it with size 27", now will go for max 24" and still will check whether 1080p provides me big enough fonts so I can work with the monitor without further system adjustments.