It seems to me like this monitor is simply too early to the market. New GPU's are coming but currently nothing can really run it in all titles. The physical connectors are limiting its functionality to an extent. The beefy FPGA required to drive the G-Sync module not only requires active cooling but apparently is directly adding $500 to the cost of the monitor. MicroLED is right around the corner and will solve the FALD resolution problems + bring a bunch of other improvements to refresh rates, contrast, blooming, etc. Unless you have a considerable amount of money to spend I'd avoid this monitor and derivatives built on the same panel. Nearly all the technology in it will be obsolete in two years. Edit: I also want to use this thread as a soapbox and say it's time for Nvidia to end G-Sync. There are currently no QHD HDR G-Sync monitors on the market but plenty of FreeSync/Adaptive ones and now even TV's. At this point G-Sync offers no features over Adaptive Sync aside from arguably making this monitor possible.. a monitor almost no one can afford. The only thing it does is limit my choice in monitor selection and increase the overall costs of monitors it's featured in. When G-Sync offered noticeable advantages I was fine with it but now it's just pointless vendor lock in. I always assumed Nvidia would add features and make G-Sync a premium option while using AdaptiveSync for budget, but thus far they've done nothing to differentiate it. I'm not happy about it.