I have both this Asus and a 130 Hz 1440P Catleap on my desk next to each other. I spent about three hours last night switching between the two comparing them. It's hard to choose which I like playing games on more.
With the Catleap you have a far superior image, much higher resolution, size, clarity, blacks, contrast. Of course you do have significant motion blur (10 ms measured pixel transition versus 1.4 ms on the Asus at 10% LB) and the Asus has a better stand. Image wise, everything is is far poorer on the Asus, but of course motion clarity is exceptional. It is funny loading up a 1080P desktop background, it is noticeably smaller (I'd say around a 22" image inside the 27" panel of the Catleap) due to the Catleaps superior resolution and DPI. The 24" of the Asus looks fairly small compared. That extra 3 inches makes quite a bit of difference (that's what she said!).
Basically, you have to give up a lot
for super motion. Although, I think once I convert the Asus to glossy it will look a lot better and I will once again compare the two. Matte film just ruins displays IMO.
Here are a few photo's of them next to each other:
Whatever you take away from these photo's, just note that in person the Catleap looks far, far better.