REVISED:Pros and cons. Let's address a few cons first: Who the heck put the power button on the back? It should be in front; yet, it's very smart: a tiny joystick that navigates around is brilliant (but should've been in plain sight, otherwise it's feely-meely).The monitor's stand is pretty flimsy. Placed on my rock solid table, the plastic stand both takes up an unnecessary 7"" in the back from any wall, which kind of negates the advantage of a sweet, flat monitor.There's a fix for that, but if you buy a flat one, add on $35-$100; what I did, since I can't drill into that wall because of water pipes behind it, was this: Two 3 X 3"" wooden blocks on eith side with a small .25"" strip glued in front so that the monitor sits on those, on a desk, and leans safely against the wall and the small lip on the wooden feet holds it securely. Cost: zero.The second issue has to do with the amount of resolution I can pump out of my old MacBook Pro laptop into this big, big ultra high res display. There's a single hdmi cable. I'll buy up on that as well.The pros: It is gorgeous, and a hell of a deal.I used a standard little converter plug-to-hdmi to mirror my laptop (which is generally fine for now). ROCKS. First demo: read the Tribune and it scales sharp and clean, eve at the max I get get right now of 1900 X something. And comic books at full screen are awesome. Adding on my underutilized Sony UHD blu-ray was a jaw-dropper for crazy, better-than-life-sharp resolution. It's freaking terrific. If anything tells you that your PC is old, this is it, but I'm using it for work, and it gives me a large landscape to work on. Larger, in truth, than the one at work. And better.Brighter and all settings work with the Aplle's system preferences controls like a no-brainer. Calibrated color, and my photoshop work looks tremendos; my page layout work is finally clear and big.I know there's a ton more resolution in there waiting, and thankfully, the Samsung is a faster, sharp and way less pricey solution than the Apple monitor at the same size. What, you didn't know Apple has a 32"" UHD monitor? They do, and only available in Europe right now. At �sit down for this � about $5,700. Really. Can hit the same 3200 X whatever resolution this does.NO REGRETS!