G.d.dmnt.... At least this is a roxorz!
I just bought one of these from NewEgg (new though), for $350 more after shipping, a couple weeks ago.
So far I'm really happy with it. Really nice picture, very bright so it's easily visible during the day. There is a bit of an issue with blacks not being really black, but it's close enough to not matter IMO. Lots of inputs on the monitor, and in rather convenient locations (the sides of the column on the back, rather than the actual back).
Only complaints I have:
All the inputs are relatively hi-def. No coax in, no tuners, no composite (R/W/Y), only one S-Video.
Some of the options are a bit annoying to get to in the menus, largely due to a lag time in menu response, also largely due to the remote wasting buttons on a full number pad rather than putting things like PIP Source or Backlight +/- on the remote. Also, it's minor, but something I hadn't thought of until I had the TV out: I had my surround-sound center channel sitting on top of my old CRT TV, which worked fine. Wouldn't exactly work on top of this thin LCD, so I placed it on the cabinet in front of the TV's base, which seems to work fine, but does a pretty good job of blocking the remote's IR sensor.
I've had trouble with getting the first DVI port to recognize my PC, and even on the 2nd DVI port I've noticed some odd behavior: Sometimes the display has a hard time detecting a signal when Vista comes back from sleep/hibernate (I get a No Signal message, but CTRL+ALT+DEL brings the shutdown/task manager menu up on screen. Of course, just exiting that menu (and returning to the desktop) brings back the No Signal message for some inane reason.) but that could be a Vista problem.) Also, when starting the monitor on DVI 2 I'll often get about 1-2 minutes of the display flickering off and on (in both Vista and Ubuntu). After that, it's fine, even if switching back and forth between inputs, and it only happens for DVI, but it's still annoying.