I just got a QNIX QX2710 today, ordered via Amazon (sold by MiseMet). It only took a day to ship all the way from South Korea to NYC, even stopping in Cincinnati.
I was lucky enough to get zero dead pixels and seemingly low BLB, but I haven't fully tested the latter yet. I didn't order a pixel perfect monitor either, so I think I just got lucky. I was not able to get it up to 120hz, after a few seconds both connected displays spaz out (the secondary is just a garbage 1080p Acer). I'm running at 110hz currently, though the secondary display shows some vertical lines on it. Oddly the QNIX is showing none.
Coming from a Samsung S27A950, I'm definitely noticing more ghosting but the colors are much better. It's an interesting tradeoff. I'm not sure which I actually prefer, but I'm certainly leaning towards the QNIX since it also has the resolution going for it.
I originally had the 326.19 nVidia drivers installed but those do not work with this monitor at all. You must use 326.01 or previous drivers. I went back to 320.49 WHQL, used ToastyX's patcher, and created the resolution in the nVidia control panel. ToastyX's CRU didn't seem to work for me, but perhaps I was using it wrong. I'll probably inch up towards 120hz a little at a time, but I'm currently satisfied with 110hz.
Highly recommended purchase!