Yes chances are very high it will indeed be the first in russia. And sure, go ahead and make a video review or just a video of it showing everything.
From what I hear so far, this will be the universal monitor for the majority of gamers, with top notch price given the quality and compared to other overpriced products which got many issues.
Mine is preordered from Amazon, once it arrives, I will make sure to report if it has any pixel inversion artefacts. Recently Ive tested 2 BenQs (XL2420G and XL2430T) which both have checkerboard-effect inversion artefacts during motion on the screen. The XL2430T has faint vertical lines additionally to the inversed pixels. You need a trained eye and have brightness set to 100% to see those artefacts clearly, but they are there on both monitors I had.
It cant be my system/cables though, since:
a) I tried different DP, DVI-D cables and
b) I had the the Acer XB270HU and Asus PG279Q here like a few weeks ago and they BOTH didnt have visible inversed pixel artefacts in games/desktop.
So yeah, BenQ still has issues with inversed pixels and they are truly annoying. Thats why it is my main concern with the Dell, but juding by user reviews so far, they dont notice anything in games/desktop.
@Vega- yeah the motion blur on the Gsync IPS monitors is noticably higher than TN. As to 165Hz on the Dell- yeah I also wonder why Dell didnt implement it, give the Gsync V2 module supports it. But maybe they just didnt want to overclock things and make sure everything works without any issues and decided against overclocking the panel/gsync module. Perhaps they will add this with a firmware update... that would be cool to try nevertheless. Although its just 14% higher Hz (144-> 165) and I doubt that there is a significant visible improvement.Edited by Stars - 11/9/15 at 8:18am