What I liked:
* viewing angles
* black and white depths from online calibration sources (haven't yet tested contrast ratio, but being eIPS, it's probably going to be close to a static 1000:1 - I never consider dynamic ratios)
* text easy to read
* sturdy stand (much to my surprise, though I am still using a rubber mat to prevent any chance of sliding)
* 72% NTSC coverage (standard monitor range, even for the 6 year old ACD I am replacing)
* VESA monitor stand connectivity, if desired or needed
* no dead or stuck pixels
Really good quality output, especially for this price.
What I didn't like:
* power supply integrated into monitor directly, so when the power supply goes then the effective life of the monitor is over, even if the panel and circuitry are otherwise OK
* not much in the way of calibration tools, but being a bare bones eIPS monitor, for under $200, the output is stunning regardless of any major issues to be found
What I'm apathetic about:
* being bare bones, there are no USB ports and while the monitor stand swivels, it won't adjust up or down
* not sure if A-FRC is used or not, but it's not a deal breaker
Definitely worth considering as a replacement monitor.