I couldn't get it from Amazon since it wasn't available for Canada.
Firstly I don't want to sway anyone's opinion on my very limited time I've had to experience with this monitor. But I will give my initial impressions because I know a lot of people want user feedback.
The manufacturing date on mine is November, 16th, 2013, so I was happy knowing I got a later production.
I haven't went to TFTCENTRAL yet to get better picture/color settings or anything for that matter so I'll hold those opinions for a more suitable time. In terms of the other problems people have been getting, I haven't had a chance to fully investigate, but the common light bleed, especially on the right hand side, doens't seem apparent at all on black screens. When I play quakelive I notice it a little on each side but it isn't anything distracting at all and you have to look for it.
Here is a pic of a black background so you guys can look at the right hand side. Ignore the fuzzy phone camera quality and messy icons.
What I defintiely have had time experienting with is Turbo240 after letting the monitor have sufficient warm up time to give it an honest try.
After a month of not gaming on anything at all, I was able to go into a game with a pretty open mind using this monitor. At first. I didn't even think Turbo240 mode was on because I wasn't overly impressed. It definitely was though since I specifically checked and have been using FPS1 mode. I made sure everything was set to 120hz and that I was also maxing out at 120hz in game. I went to BlurBusters ufo test site and I could definitely tell there that blur reduction was better with Turbo240 mode on. So what I did was go back to the 2233rz for a bit to play and see how much of a difference it is. I was definitely killing it with the 2233rz, probably because that's what I've been used to. I immediately went back again to the Eizo and I could definitely tell it's smoother on fast turns, etc, but I'm not "wowed" by the blur reduction. Probably because I had to pay such a premium price for this. But keep in mind this is my first blur reduction monitor and I know everyone has different sensitivities.
Another user said he experienced better blur reduction when he switched over to display port rather than using a dvi cable. Problem is I have a Geforce 8800 GTX that doesn't have a display port connection, so I can't try use the display port to see if it is any better.
I should get my viewsonic CRT from downstairs and plug that in to see how comparible it is in blur reduction to the Eizo. I can't really speak on the input lag yet. I was going to initially get the VG248QE, and I really want to now to compare input lag feel. I'm pretty sensitive to input lag like the above poster who returned his Eizo to newegg stating it had a palpable input lag feel compared to his Asus - so it would be interesting to compare both of them. I'm not not sure how much the terrible TN panel washed out colors would bother me. Definitely quality picture/color on the Eizo and I haven't even done any fiddling to improve it yet.
I have a friend who is supposed to send me his Geforce 560ti, and I'd be able to try out the display port instead to see if blur reduction feels any "better" like blueshun experienced...