I under estimated just how much space 3 of these would take up. One is overhanging my desk by quite a bit in landscape. In portrait it's only a bit. It'll work but it's a little strange.
Got 2 of them desk mounted and also disassembled one of them. The disassembly is really easy, 14 screws, no tabs or anything. Couple of cables to unplug because the LCD controller is mounted to the backplate. 230v Adapters also seem to be working fine, they don't get warm. I'm about the desk mount the 3rd one but I haven't received my mini-DP to DP adapter for Eyefinity yet, so it won't have anything displayed on it. The first two appear to have no dead or stuck pixels and no excessive backlight issues. At least none that would irritate me enough.
You can go bezel-less on the Crossover with a tiny bit of modding to the back bezel. Basically the panel itself has two metal bars that go the height of the panel on the left and right edges which provide the mounting for the white metal back-plate. They added a bit of extra metal around the entire thing. You can remove the black piece, trim the extra metal around all of the edges, and then mount it just like before. I don't plan on doing it any time soon but that is a nice advantage of the Crossover, And because the buttons are mounted on the back panel you still get those in the correct place. This wouldn't have been possible on the Catleaps unless you fabricated your own metal brackets on each side and you still lose the button mounting.
The other disappointing thing is yet again (I complained about this with the Catleaps) they mounted the LCD controller directly behind where the VESA mounting is with nothing stopping your screws from touching the pcb. And even though I used the screws that came with the stock stand I still managed to short it out. It worked fine after I added some plastic washers to add a tiny gap but still. This could really be avoided with a better design.
Edited by jbuschdev - 4/19/12 at 1:52am