Ok guys, well I've had one of these for a few days, and I'd honestly recommend you stay away from it. I'm going to send mine back I think.
it's this exact monitor with slightly higher brightness capabilities and a slightly difference case/stand. There are screenshots of the menu in this review, and it's the exact
same menu. I have an i1Display Pro that also measured 400:1ish contrast ratio just like this one. The uniformity is also inline with this one. They are both the same as the Auria glossy display.
The monitor is not AdobeRGB/1.07B like Monoprices website says. It's just a standard 16.7M sRGB. I have an i1Display Pro that confirms it. On top of that, there is no mention of it in the manual anywhere, the box also only says 16.7M, and there are no menu controls of any kind relating to colorspace, and you can confirm that by looking at the menu screenshots in the review I posted, because every setting is the exact same.
In short, Monoprice is trying to pass off a monitor that's been around for a good while as something new, and doing so at one of the higher price-points. They also lied about the screen being wide-gamut.
I got one of the 30 inch dell knock-offs from them a couple of months ago, and the brightness controls didn't function (confirmed by many people in the reviews on their website) and they had a Youtube video claiming that it was an LED when it was actually CCFL. It's apparent that whoever got Monoprice into the monitor business is either pretty dishonest, or just doesn't know what they're doing.