Pro:-nice, sleek visual appearance-screen curve is appealing-functional and terrific 144hz refresh ratecon:-osd joystick split in half after two days of use, hardly usable anymore.-g-sync flickering in some games/instances-terrible backlight bleed from va panel-"overdrive" settings are not optimized. There are three settings - off, normal and extreme. Off induces terrible motion blur while panning pov and player position in games. Normal is a supposed middle ground that results in smaller but still noticeable overshoot ghosting of moving objects.Extreme causes large amounts of trails to appear behind moving objects.-flickers on definite software ui colors with and without g sync, on all frequencies.To start off- this could have been a great monitor.If it were not for the horrendous backlight bleed, os (overshoot) ghosting in games and somewhat cheap external shroud, that is. Many call these "budget" monitors.The pictures provided are a comparison between my cheaper viewsonic and acer predator z271t (this monitor). The monitor has unacceptable amounts of backlight bleed that is extremely noticeable when playing dark, moody games. If you make the decision to purchase this monitor, keep in mind you're paying about $300 in total for the tobii eye tracking and g sync modules. Roughly the rest of the ~$100 go towards the actual monitor build, panel, physical design and so on. Do your monitor research and do not play this manufacturer qc imposed monitor lottery because you will most likely settle with something you are not happy with. Each time i sit down to play games i'm reminded how much money was spent on this monitor, how much garbage qc has let through.