The average input lag of the U3011 was a fairly moderate 24.4ms. Maximum ranged up to 30ms in some circumstances. This was a reasonable performance really all in all, being pretty comparabale to the U2711 (30ms). It was also pretty similar, in fact a little faster, than the U2410 which clocked in at 33.8ms when in normal mode. However, the 24" U2410 also provided a game mode which bypassed a lot of internal electronics and did help reduce the input lag significantly down to 14.4ms. This was an added feature of the U2410 specifically aimed at gamers and those sensitive to input lag. You'll also see this on some other models such as the NEC 24WMGX3 where they feature a 'through mode' to do the same thing. The U2711's game mode didn't impact the input lag to any significant degree, and it was the same story from the U3011. The game mode does give you access to the DCR feature, but does not seem to act as any 'through' or bypass mode.