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Pros: The display looks great.
Cons: The stand is not adjustable.
Other Thoughts: Some people say it's flimsy, I've bought around 20 monitors from various manufacturers over the past 2 years. The stand is comparable to most other manufacturers. That said, if you are running two of these you might consider buying a multi-monitor stand.
Make sure you use the right DVI cable. When I first plugged one of these up I tried to reuse the cable I had. The monitor wouldn't recognize it even though Windows said the monitor was connected. After a bit of messing around I looked at the pin outs. The DVI cable I was using had at least 4 fewer pins. When I attached the cable that came with the monitor everything worked.
I've purchased 4 of these monitors. 3 are working perfectly 1 will fail to display anything on boot until I turn it off and back on. If I start a game, that same one will *sometimes* start going blank for a few seconds, then show correctly for a few seconds, then go dark again, etc. until you turn it off and back on.
Other Thoughts: I also own this things big brother, the NZXT Phantom PHAN-001WT. Quite frankly I prefer this case over the other one. It is similar both in visual and noise level (meaning: it's QUIET) however the size is more than enough to handle several disks.READ FULL REVIEW
Other Thoughts: I think they should move the power and reset buttons to be inside the front panel where it's a bit more difficult to get to.READ FULL REVIEW