Just my own 2 cents on this monitor as I picked it up a few days ago. Build quality was okay, with some minor grievances like lower front panel not being 100% in place. Minimal Freesync brightness flicker, only just noticeable during some loads screen and only very faint. The monitor was in DP 1.4 state using a high quality 1.4 DP cable from DeLock. Pixel response was a mixed bag. Brighter colors were fast but if you had a mix of dark and purple(Path of exile's prison layout for example, but also stuff like green dark trees on a bright background like in Warzone) everything fell down the drain, and vaseline was covering your screen all of a sudden . This was tested with overdrive off, normal and extreme. Colors were not that impressive. The panel initially registered as only a 6-bit panel unless I installed the Lenovo ICC profile. Installing the driver itself is PITA as it has no driver signature causing windows to freak. After ICC and driver were installed, 10-bit was available but it didn't look 10-bit. Actually I didn't notice much improvement if any at all using over the pre-driver 6-bit mode. Compared to the Dell S3220DGF this panel is absolute trash. Didn't look any different either in 8-bit mode so something wonky is going on with this monitor and my Vega 64. The overall viewing pleasure wasn't there. I don't know if it's the backlight or what it was but my eyes would tire super quick even at lowest brightness when looking at this screen, unlike the last VA the Dell S3220DGF which I could look at for hours with no issues. It felt like the current TN I'm looking at right now. Input lag felt rather tight on the panel and wasn't an issue. My sample had a dark marking like a brush in the lower right corner, a sort of panel defect I haven't seen before. You could see content through it but it was annoying. OSD is cumbersome, annoying, and slow to navigate. Which is not the worst offender if the rest didn't **** so bad either. Overall I'm NOT impressed, to say the least with this monitor. So I've already dropped it off the day after I got it at the retail store for a refund. It is that bad. Normally I keep a screen at least a week to run it through its paces. I've been through a ton of VA monitors lately and they been dreadful so I'm done with them now. There is no chance I'm gonna find what I'm looking for with a VA panel. Which is a sad cause some of them like the Dell S3220DGF are absolutely stunning looking displays while doing alright in the motion handling department considering they are VA panels!