I wanted to follow up after having this monitor a week.
I love it. Everything is more enjoyable on this thing. Movies look better, games look way better, surfing the internet is a whole different experience with all the extra real estate. I love the 4k resolution. I can see everything very clearly even though its smaller. I use 125% scaling, but I have good eyes and sit pretty close to the monitor. I have a little pc remote so I can watch netflix or stream stuff from my bed. To do this you need to set the scale up higher. You can always just zoom in while in the browser, but getting the browser open while sitting 12 feet away and using a pc remote is pretty challenging.
The built in speakers are bad, like really bad. I've never seen a "good" set of speakers in a monitor, but these are almost useless to me. It's nice that they were included though. I expected the monitor to come without speakers anyway. I bought a set of klipsch speakers though and they sound amazing. Great combo with this monitor, or any monitor really.
I wanted to point a few things out to anyone who is upgrading from a 1080p monitor like myself. Don't buy a 1440p monitor, buy this. I am very happy I did. This can run 1440p @ 100fps if that's what your looking for. Or 4k @60fps if you have the hardware.
One annoying thing. It seems if you want to run 4k as your windows resolution but game at 1440p(like myself), you are forced to use full screen mode in game. If I set my BF4 graphics to 1440p and in border less full screen mode, it will just run border less @4k. You must set games to full screen if you are using 4k resolution for windows and want to game in 1440p. Pretty much borderless full screen in game uses your windows resolution. This would not matter if you had you resolution in windows set to 1440p @ 100hz.