Dell's E207WFP is a cheap solution for those looking for a reasonable size, quality LCD display. I've had mine for several years and have not had any real problems with it. Whilst it won't give you the same clarity or quality as something like an iiyama monitor, it is perfectly adequate for the average pc user. I use mine for gaming, occasional work and watching the odd film on, and, for this purpose it is ideal. It's a 20" display so not too big to sit up close to, but also big enough to be able to use at a distance. At 1680x1050 the resolution is good and the only time I've ever wanted something a bit clearer is when using photography or design software. Interestingly the same resolution is featured on Dells 22" equivalent. So essentially you are not getting any more on the screen with the larger sized option.
In terms of the physical build of the product, it feels solid. It also doesn't push across the desk if you have a cluttered desk space and, like me, frequently push stuff against it. This is primarily because of the base design, which I like as it seems to keep the screen extremely stable. The base is also detachable if you wanted to mount the screen somewhere or simply move it around.
So it's cheap, good enough to use for anything from games to work, and it's tough so theres no breaking it. I can't really think of any reasons why you shouldn't consider this monitor unless you happen to use it for photography or design, in which case perhaps consider looking at iiyama.
As with most dell products, this monitor is of high quality. I use this at work for 8 hours a day, and my eyes are not strained at the end of the day like they are on most monitors. The picture is crisp, and the size of the monitor is perfect to see a lot of different windows, while not being too big that you are getting lost.
The border around the screen is very thin, so it gives the illusion that the viewing area is very large. I have had monitors with thick borders and it seemed to take away from the actual picture.
There are buttons on the bottom right corner for power, brightness / contrast, menu, and auto-detect. The menu is straight forward. It has options for brightness, corlor, default reset, auto adjust, and image settings. The options are easy to navigate through and in about a minute, you can have your monitor looking exactly the way you want it.
The monitor is easy to keep clean. I dust mine with a computer monitor brush and it looks great. Fingerprints don't show up, but sometimes oil from your fingers will smudge the screen.
Overall, this is a great monitor. It has a great space-saving design and is long lasting.