I use one of these at work everyday, and I would give it 100/100 everytime. It's a rather large screen to begin with, but you soon learn that although it seems very much in your face- its awesome. It has a full HD resolution of 1920x1200 which just means that you can fit a lot of "things" on it. If you like having 20 windows open at once, then this is the screen for you. It has both analogue and DVI inputs, so it doesn't matter if your pc is getting on a bit. It does not have HDMI input- but then if your using this for a pc monitor, you don't need it! Button control is on the right hand side- which could be a pain if you use dual monitors. Setup is easy- just plug in and go, although a driver disc is supplied by Samsung. Colours are amazing- blacks are very good and I have never seen any ghosting.
I'll get straight to the point, this monitor is gorgeous to look at. A gloss black finish with some gentle sweeping curves.
Unfortunately setting it up isn't as easy as it is on the eye. Attaching the base to the screen is a real pain and is well documented on the internet. Luckily I knew what I was in for because I read up about it before purchasing. Basically you have to fit a bulbous piece of plastic into a socket. It's a very tight fit and near impossible without using vasaline, which is what I did but still had to use all my body weight. Once it's done it's done and you won't have to do it again.
The picture that this monitor provides is stunning. Very rich and vibrant colours. It's very bright, too bright out of the box. The contrast is excellent and the blacks are very good. You can notice a bit of bleeding around the edges when the screen is completely black, but this is not really a problem.
Connection wise it has everything you need except a HDMI socket.
Overall it's a great large screen monitor for general computing or gaming. It can be bought for £200, which I think is excellent value considering the picture quality and screen size.