For my first venture into 1440p, this is incredible!
I have been using a 144hz monitor for some years now, so have come to see this at my expected refresh rate on a primary monitor. I have also been using a curved monitor as my secondary up until now. This monitor has managed to mesh together a clean curved monitor, with the smooth 144hz refresh rate, but has added this in at 32 inches of 1440p goodness!
The blacks are some of the deepest I have seen in a monitor around this price range, and even rivals some more expensive models. The size I thought would be an issue at first, previously using 24 inch monitors, but the change has been hardly noticeable, and if anything, has been more comfortable to use. Desktop navigation and general website use feels much more spacious, and for gaming, I honestly have no complaints.
I would advise fiddling around with the "In House" settings on the monitor, using the buttons at the bottom of the frame, but this is just so that you can get it to your personal preference. Being honest, the buttons aren't the best system in terms of navigation, but not all monitors op for the "Joystick" style just yet.
In terms of the physical monitor, it's surprisingly sturdy for a foot monitor instead of a plate base. In addition to this, the side of the feet are not too obnoxious, so shouldn't get in the way with the rest of your setup. The sides and the top of the screen are near edge-less (The frame is super thin on these side. At the bottom, you will find a small 1cm plate, enough to fit the logo on, and for the Red trim along the bottom.
The speakers aren't that great, but to be honest, I don't know who would be using a monitor speaker! Most use headphones or physical speakers, so if you do rely on this, I can't speak for it, as I never use them on any monitor.
Finally, the ports are well placed on the back, setup was a breeze, and the adjustment options are limited. You can tilt up and down, that's it.
Overall, this is a fantastic monitor if you play games on a regular basis and aren't fussed about the additional frills of a 500-600 model. It handles 1440p 144hz brilliantly, and just lacks a couple of options in terms of adjustment.