I've had it for a week now and love it, if you mainly surf and watch films then you can skip the rest of this review.
I also need to do some home office stuff and I had heard that changing from a standard monitor, mine was a 17", to wide-screen needs a bit of thought so I did some googling. Amidst all the geeky stuff and heavy maths the basic story is that a standard monitor is a boxy-shaped rectangle while wide-screens are more of a letter-box shape, they may be wider but they aren't as high. I'd got used to being able to view an A4 page at pretty much full size on my old monitor - if you go to wide-screen then you need to go to at least 21.5" to get the same height screen. The F22 is brilliant, I can work on an A4 page full-size and have loads of space at the side of the screen for all the tool boxes etc.
Secondly, resolution and pixels are important. You've probably been watching your existing screen at a resolution of 1280 pixels across by 1024 down the screen. The AOC F22 can do a variety of resolutions but 1900 across by 1080 down is called its 'native reolution' and most monitors are happiest running in this way. Sadly, when I plugged it in I found that my computer's Graphics Card Adapter can only give a maximum of 1680 x 1050 - 1 was missing out on a few hundred pixels. You can check (in XP) by clicking Control Panel, Display, Settings, Advanced, Adapter, List all Modes, to see what your machine can go up to.
Its not the end of the world, you can buy a Graphics Card starting from around £25.00 and even a non-DIY person can fit one in a few minutes if you follow the instructions - there are plenty of web pages that show you how to do it. Honest, it's easy.
To sum up, I'm really happy with the quality of the AOC and once I get my computer sorted it will be even better.