I ordered one Thursday and read each ebay sellers policy on dead pixels. I found 'dream-seller' whom you purchased it from as follows
Please note that, for [Perfect pixel] monitor, there may be 0-2 monitor defective pixels and light backlight bleeding and there may be 3-5 defective pixels and backlight bleeing on standard monitors
Return policy is also 14 days, so you can have at least 2 dead pixels.
I ordered mine from ebay seller "storewithstory" who also seem to go by the name bcckorea as my order details was sent from that email address.
In our rule, this monitor is perfect - pixel monitor, but up to 1pcs x black dot pixel, this is regarded as normal. This monitor do not have any bright pixel
So I can have 1 dead pixel and cannot dispute it with the seller, these are listed as $319 but with some offers sent got it down to $305 so in all it cost me £207.41 (not the best paypal conversion rate) + £17.37 DHL Duty charge = £224.78.
So as Spartan said it's bit of a lottery, so if you have more than 2 dead pixels it seems as though ebay will most likely side with you if you are within your 14 day period. Only downside would be shipping it back as they do not state covering shipping costs.
I'm fine risking it considering the alternative would be £400+ and the only reason I ordered it was so the GTX780 I ordered would be pointless on my current 20" Samsung 205BW screens, those cost me £210 each when new years back so this 27" 1440p screen worth the risk.
Hope it all works out for you.Edited by rumon - 11/24/13 at 1:39pm