Local Costco has a stack of these in stock for a Holiday sale that starts Nov 22nd - Dec 2nd 2019, and you can buy now and get a "Price Adjustment" to $179.99 when the sale starts = $70 off current price of $249.99: LG UltraGear 27" Class FHD IPS G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor https://www.costco.com/lg-ultragear-27"-class-fhd-ips-g-sync-compatible-gaming-monitor.product.100512138.html ★★★★★5 out of 5 stars Read reviews 5.0 (2) Item 1367030 Model 27GL63T-B.AUS Your Price $249.99 Display: 27" IPS Panel 1920 x 1080 Resolution 16:9 Aspect Ratio 144Hz Refresh Rate 5ms Response Time (1ms Motion Blur Reduction) NVIDIA G–Sync Compatible sRGB 99% Color Gamut 320cd (typ) / 400cd (Min) Brightness 600:1 (Min.), 1000:1 (Typ.) (from LG Specs page, link below) Height/Pivot/Tilt Adjustable Stand Ports: 1 x HDMI 1 X Display Port Audio: Headphone out Dimensions and Weight: 24.2" x 18.3-22.6" x 10.8" (With Stand) 24.2" x 14.4" x 1.8" (Without Stand) 14.1lbs (With Stand) 9.9lbs (Without Stand) When viewing the display in Costco it was clearly a stunning panel, with dark blacks, accurately saturated colors, and very sharp text and images. It has a large "wow factor" to the image. Every other display looked washed out and out of focus in comparison, and there was a wide range of large, wide, 1080p, 1440p, and 2160p monitors on display. Although Costco had a bunch on the floor when I got mine [before the sale starts], it didn't look like it would take much demand to clean them out quickly. Although it involves 2 trips in to Costco, having the monitor now (my old Dell is failing) + $70+tax refunded later is worth it to me. Costco Price Adjustment: https://customerservice.costco.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/628 Customer Service / Sales guys said up to 90 days return for full refund - same for price adjustment, but the details online say 30 days for the price adjustment - and I think you'd want to go in *during the sale* to get that immediate price adjustment. Also, LG has several 27" UltraGear models, this one looks like a "special" for Costco that most closely matches the 27GL650f-b, and the only difference I can find is this Costco model only has 1 HDMI port instead of 2, and both have 1 Display Port. LG 27GL63T-B 27 inch UltraGear™ Full HD IPS Gaming Monitor with G-Sync® Compatibility https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg-27gl63t-b https://www.lg.com/us/support/product/lg-27GL63T-B.AUS LG 27GL650F-B 27 inch UltraGear™ Full HD IPS Gaming Monitor with G-Sync® Compatible, Adaptive-Sync https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg-27gl650f-b The unit I unpacked is perfect with no bright uneven IPS edge bleed. The IPS "glow" is even and minimized to satisfaction for me @ Brightness of 45-55, With the "Black Stabilizer" setting at 50, @ 144hz refresh the blacks are dark with good shadow detail. Out of the box the Brightness is set to 100% - way too bright, I adjusted the Brightness to 50, Contrast to 45, and Sharpness to 70, Gaming Response to Fast, refresh to 144hz. The LG site page for this monitor doesn't list HDR, but HDR is listed on the box, with an HDR Effect Game Mode profile in the menu with an HDR status item in the status list above the settings menu. There are also Adaptive Sync settings: Off, Basic, Extended, and a 1ms Motion Blur Reduction. All of the "Special Features" items on the 27GL650F-B Specs are in the 27GL63T-B menu system, even though some are missing on the 27GL63T-B Specs page. I was looking to get a LG 27GL850 27" @ $499 from BestBuy to replace the Dell, but Bestbuy are out of stock - even when they were in stock you have to order for delivery - it's never in stock at their stores. I'm glad I checked Costco as the monitor was in stock and available immediately. I am waiting for the 38GL950G to be released for my main system. Although, I think I'd like a 2 x 27" = 49" curved widescreen version updated to current specs of the UltraGear monitors, if LG announces one soon enough.