Got my Silo yesterday and had the chance to play around with it for a few hours. So far, I've been very disappointed.
First disappointment: The 178 degree viewing angle claim was an outright lie. This is obviously a standard TN panel with the The Day the Ponies Come Back (2000) viewing angles that TN panels are known for. Color starts changing after just a small amount of head tilt.
It took a while to figure out how to properly configure this to work as a computer monitor over HDMI (using a DVI to HDMI adapter), as it originally suffered from tons of overscan and being stuck in 1080 interlaced mode. I eventually figured out that the culprit was Windows and it's automatic choice of what display mode to use. Windows kept trying to send the TV a 29/30 Hz interlaced signal, so after I forced it to use 1080p60, everything worked great.
Haven't had any time to do proper calibration on colors yet. The Silo actually allows custom brightness/contrast/etc. settings over HDMI, so I'll be playing with those to try to find the best settings for my situation.
Monitor arrived with 1 dead pixel near the bottom of the screen, stuck in yellow color. I will try using a software dead pixel fixer later and see if it fixes it.
Second major disappointment: Monitor crashes/reboots and suffers from frozen picture very frequently. Using the zoom button on the remote in HDMI 1080i/p mode always crashes+reboots the TV. Haven't tested other inputs/resolutions yet. After switching to 1080p mode from my PC, noticed that image frequently freezes when monitor is coming out of standby / being booted up. In this scenario, it displays a single frame from when it first boots up and does not update the video afterwards. Generally requires multiple reboots and some finagling in Windows to fix.
I have yet to test non-computer devices, but I plan to run the TV through a gamut of testing over the next couple days to see how good/bad it is. The instability and viewing angle are already a major disappointment; hopefully the performance with AV, TV tuner, etc. will be better. If not, I think I already have enough issues to return this TV as defective/false advertising. :/