I've had my screen for One and a half years, I bought it in a package deal with a Compaq presario desktop, and it has been faultless.
The controls along the bottom of the screen are simple and easy to use, and there ia a god range from 0 to 100 in brightness, contrast and colour tone. The screen is not widescreen but it is plenty big enough to watch from the other side of the room even if the top and bottom are cut off when watching some DVD's.
The screen base includes a cable tidy, so you won't end up with cables snaking all over the back of your desk, and theres no risk of the screen falling over either, with the large rigid base which screws into the bottom of the screen.
Very sorry, i've just realised that i lied about the screen being faultless, a little thunderbud thing crawled into it about a month ago and decided to die in the middle of the screen, which can be a distraction whenn using microsoft word as it looks very similar to a full stop.
This is the first TFT I have bought and I must say that for the money it was definitely worthwhile and the price is coming down all the time so it's a bargain for others.
Good looking and well designed, easy to adjust tilt and settings buttons in the right place. An easy to follow menu for adjusting the initial screen settings.
The only negative I have is that I had to go out and buy a seperate power cable as the one supplied wasn't long enough to reach my sockets (this probably will not be a problem for most people - just me!), unless I was going to totally restructure the layout of my workstation.
Overall a worthwhile piece of kit I am happy to recommend.