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Pros: -Crisp, clear, like you'd expect an LCD to be.
-The ability to display 4:3 as pure 4:3
Cons: -Not terribly large.... but it tells you the size right in the title.
-Can't force it into 4:3 even when I know the image is being stretched.
Other Thoughts: Thankfully, this monitor can 9/10 detect when it's being fed a 4:3 image source, but it bugs me that I can't force it to become/simulate a 4:3 monitor even when I know the image is not widescreen. This caused a problem when an old game (the reason 4:3 is the reason I bought specifically this monitor) couldn't start because it just couldn't support the monitor size. Thankfully, some manual "options.cfg" editing forced the decade old game to display a widescreen image.
Nothing much else, other than don't use the "Scenic" color palette or whatever. It gave my cursor this ugly white outline and blew out/exaggerated some other colors too. I use sRGB.