This is not a cheap monitor. I think it is important to get that out the way. To find something that supports high refresh rate gaming through Freesync or G-Sync, on a large panel with higher than 1080p resolution is quite hard within a budget. When building a PC for Workstation or Gaming purposes it's important to factor in the cost of the Monitor too. There is categorically no point in spending over 1000 on a PC only to hook it up to a rubbish screen.
The monitor has a lot of configuration options but there are profiles pre installed too. We have found it to be really immersive in colour-rich games like Fortnite, and with a powerful GPU, the Freesync 2 technology really makes a difference in games over 100 fps.
Stand is really sturdy.
My tip for this monitor would be to make sure you install the actual drivers from the CD-ROM or the Website as Windows will use a generic PNP Monitor driver which doesn't give you the best feature control in the AOC App from the website.
The other thing to do is go in to display advanced properties and make sure you enable 165hz otherwise you've spent a lot of money for regular 60hz.