Dell S2209W - I paid $213 for it.
21.5", 1920x1080, TN Panel, 5MS
I just barely like it, I do lots of web design work and buying this for that reason was a mistake. I'll probably keep it though as my second monitor or for use with another computer, its not that bad its just not good enough if you are serious about how your display handles color. (TN Panel)
Video plays great
Games experience only a little blurring
NO dead pixels
Bright and contrasty
Pixel density is exactly to my tastes
Noticeably limited color reproduction (TN panel)
Vertical viewing angle has to be *just* right or image washes out slightly from top to bottom.
Because I do some web UI work, I'm disappointed in the color reproduction this monitor affords. But because I also do lots of coding, I don't care as much.
As far as using it for other purposes like games, and video, I find it above average. Games are perfectly fine, I had no issues, but some of you probably would have some quibbles with faster paced games. Video is actually great, very smooth, A- in this regard.
If you are coming from a 2-3 year old monitor that was not a "pro" graphics monitor, then you will like this as an upgrade. If you have genuine pro graphics needs, sorry, you still have to pony up the dough. If you just want something to watch movies on and play games at 1080p, then go for it.
After its all said and done it has a below average price and above average performance. So it stays.