A month ago I purchased a 30" HP LP 3065 S-IPS display. I was initially looking at an 30" ACD, but after doing some research I decided on the HP because it appeared to use the same panel (updated?) as the ACD and was significantly less expensive. From the first time I powered the display up, I was shocked to see a highly noticeable grainy appearance to the screen apparently caused by the anti-glare coating on the panel itself. This phenomenon is only noticeable on light colors (whites and grays in particular) and causes an almost "sparkly" effect I initially thought the display was damaged and requested a swap. Newegg was very friendly and swapped the monitor out for a new one...which was the exact same! Unfortunately Newegg will not allow me to return the monitor for a refund (monitor return policy) and I don't see any point in switching out the monitor. I also went to the apple store recently and saw what seemed to be the same phenomenon on the store's 30" ACDs. At this point, I have no choice but to continue using this monitor even though I have not (and will not) get used to the horrible anti-glare coating on the display. I hope that by posting this, I might dissuade other users from buying a current generation 30" display with the LG S-IPS panel...or if you do, buy from a place that lets you return for a refund. Hope you have better luck than I did!