Same for me about the LED backlights. Ideally great, in reality just used to simulate lamps and claim energy savings. No effort made to change basic structure to rectify bleeding, not even to make it uniform, which I have seen Lenovo so with some earlier monitors. Big names don't benefit from rocking the boat, and they don't seem particularly interested in improving the quality of mainstream products or the environment of the mainstream user ("consumer") - ergonomy, in other words, to relate this to the topic
. Same old story.
Second disappointment is Samsung no longer makes IPS panels. They simply quit. All IPS panels from now on come from one manufacturer - LG.
I'm not surprised, since they're moving into their own "PLS" panels. At least they're still competing, just with a different technology. I've got mixed feelings about Samsung as a panel maker due to their Panel Lottery with the S, A and C PVA/MVA panels.