After reading the Tom's Review "LCD Comparison, Part III: It's Christmas Already!", I decided on buying the Iiyama AS4314UT G. As a Newegg.com buyer, I was glad to see that they carried it. They also had the Iiyama AS4315UT which has a DVI-I input and an articulated base. And since the description said that it also has a contrast ratio of 500:1, response time of 20ms, etc. like the AS4314UT G, I decided to buy it. Now that I have it, I'm a little confused. The cardboard box and the owner's manual are labeled "AS4315UT D", and I would guess that the "D" indicates the same thing that the "G" does on the "AS4314UT G" (the newest LCD screen). But looking at the manual's specifications, the ratio is listed as 350:1, response time is 25ms, etc., indicating the older screen. So what did I buy? Did Iiyama use the new screen, just update the box and manual cover, but not the manual specs?