Hey guys, I read every post in this 196 page thread before making the decision to purchase a Perfect 2795QHD. My order date was the 24th of August; shipped on the 26th of August and arrived at my door in Central Queensland, Australia on the 30th of August. EXTREMELY fast shipping with the free expedited shipping from certain ebay sellers. The box was covered in a layer of foam that was wrapped up in 4 layers of tape that circled the boxes slimmest dimension and a few tracks going around the face and back of the box.
I knew what to expect before opening it and that was a cheap plastic, fat bezelled 27" monitor with a LG IPS panel that was flicker free and that is exactly what i got. No signs of damage the box didn't have any tape making a seal that I would have to break so it is possible the monitor was tested before shipping but that would only be my assumption because what i got when i fired it up was zero dead pixels and very minimal BLB at the very top of the panel slightly right of the center of the panel. The overclock was instantly set to 96Hz with nvidia custom resolution and there was zero frame skipping or artifacts so i was happy, now i run at 100Hz as it seams like a round number even though is isn't a common multiple of 24 i didn't think this should matter.
After firing it up to test the hardware, it passed the checks so i then moved onto the stand. The stub that sticks out of the panels cheap plastic housing is really an eyesore if you plan to vesa mount this to another stand or wall mount. I had previously watched videos on debezelling and moving the panel to unscrew the hideous, bulbous looking peace of plastic so i jumped straight to it and started unscrewing the 4 small star screws on the back of the panel and used a old credit card to open it a little around the power and brightness buttons. I didn't have a plastic puddy knife and restrained myself from using a thick flathead screw driver. Needing something a little thicker than a credit card at this point and look through my kitchen draws. There was a plastic spoon from yogurt land and the width on it was perfect and got the clips to pop without breaking them as i ran it around the perimeter of the bezel. Finally unscrewing the panel to lift it and slide it up a little while I removed the glued in screws from the built in stand i knew to use a thick star screwdriver bit and apply plenty of pressure to avoid stripping the cheap screw. It all went well, I put the panel back together and attached it to a spare monitor stand from a Dell 3008WFP and this stand certainly helps boost its looks lol!
Happy with my purchase and would give it 4.4 stars out of 5. Losing points for bezel thickness and vesa mount capable monitor have a stub hanging out its butt like a hemorrhoid that requires surgery to remove. Lack of OSD may be a pro in some ways but it does suck not having one for setting a colour profile to the monitor and not the OS.
I got it from bigclothcraft - http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/142090523089Edited by multiplayer - 8/31/16 at 7:28am