EIZO L550 - any reviews yet?

Hello,

I ordered a Hercules PV 920 Pro DVI back in december but just found out that the company has ended their TFT line.
Now I am in desperate search for a new one which is comparable in quality (esp. the refresh time).
I have reduced my search to the following three displays:
- Iiyama ES431B
- Samsung 172x
- Eizo L550

The latter is a new player I believe and I couldn't find any review of it on the net.
Any comments on the 3 panels (and esp. on the "EIZO") would be welcome.

Thx in advance.
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  1. I've cancelled my PV920 PRO DVI and I'm looking at the Iiyama too. Have you found any reviews?

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  2. No, I haven't seen that many reviews on the Iiyama either. A lot of owner reviews but no professional ones.
    I'm not so sure about that 172x anymore. There is a lot of discussion going on whether it is indeed such a good display as the specs will want you to believe.
    That EIZO confuses me a bit in its ergonomics. I wonder whether I need an additional stand for this display or not.
    Another contender has entered the room though: NEC's LDC1760.

    Damn, I wished Hercules would change their mind :>(
  3. The EIZO looks funny, don't understand how it's supposed to stand. I also looked at the NEC but the design is terrible, like looking at a tv from 1956!

    MSI K7N2 Delta-ILSR
    AMD XP3000+
    2x256 Corsair XMS PC3200 Cas2
    Hercules 3d Prophet 9700PRO
    Maxtor 120gb 8mb cache
    Yamaha CDRW-2100E
    Chieftec Dragon DX-01WD
    Philips 107E
  4. Either you mount it to an arm or mount it on a stand or leave it as is standing on your table. This is the only thing which still bothers me too. From the specification p.o.v. it looks pretty good I must say.
    Still waiting for the first review to appear though!
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