I ordered the 27" 75Hz monitor for around $250 and it is working great. I would buy it again and recommend it to a friend.
Pro's: - The monitor is very versatile; you can tilt and rotate, or move it up and down with ease - even in the middle of game-play - Great gaming monitor for the price; comes with FreeSync and 75hz (fps) for around $250 - I have no issues with color; everything looks beautiful - Cable management is a snap. The piece in the back snaps out so you can route cables through it, then you just pop it back in. I have my power cable, DisplayPort cable, mouse, and keyboard all routing through the monitor's base. - Comes with a DisplayPort, HDMI, and VGA cable
Con's: - If you are looking for color accuracy for an art station, consider elsewhere. - You have to turn on FreeSync in the monitor settings (Go to Image > Scroll down all the way > FreeSync > On) - To get 75Hz, you must use a DisplayPort cable. HDMI will max out at 60 Hz
Notes: - FreeSync is meant only for AMD graphics cards; not Nvidia; If you have Nvidia, consider a GSync or a monitor without any sync - You have to pick up the monitor if you want to rotate all the way vertical from horizontal - At this price range ($200-300) you have to choose which features you want. Some features include versatile monitor positions, freesync/gsync, cable management, color accuracy, ultra-wide screen, curved screen, and video refresh rate. - This monitor chooses versatility, freesync, and cable management.