In comparison with the faultless 10y old Iiyama monitor it replaced (IIYAMA ProLite H540S) I am a little disappointed. The previous monitor came with substantial stand (which included height adjustment) rather than the cheap plastic stand supplied with the new one. The tiny touch controls under the front of the screen are badly labelled, really difficult to use and not a patch on the mechanical buttons on my previous Iiyama. The display is good but for general business use (not tried for gaming / movies) it's no better than the excellent display of the one it is replacing (other than it being much larger of course). The online manual is not particularly informative or well laid out and appears to suffer from translation issues which is surprising considering how well established Iiyama are in the UK. So, in summary, a good monitor and probably better than others of a similar type but not exceptional and some disappointing features which in my opinion are a result of production cost cutting.