Really impressed with the telly, great picture spot on as a monitor also. As others have mentioned, the speakers arn't much good, they are ok for TV soap and pc 'noises' but no good for music or movies. However, who ever expected to get great sound from tv speakers, i hooked mine straight into my amp, and now the sound is great. The output for sound is only a 3.5mm headphone jack so you will need adaptor for this.
The TV has a good range of inputs, but only one scart, so no freeview box and DVD player on scart, unless your DVD or Freeview box has Component and/or Composite outputs (this TV has both! on top of RGB and DVI). Or just run DVD's through your PC.
I Suppose really it would have been nice to buy Integrated DTV, but i know of people who have, and they seem much less reliable (freezing etc.) than my Set Top Box, plus the STB has a better channel guide and menu. On this subject the remote brings up an input menu you you then select the input you want, which you cannot re-name yourself, and a button to go straight to the inbuilt Analogue TV tuner, which as ATV goes out over the next few years will become obsolete. I would rather get rid of all the number buttons (i dont need to change the channel if im using a STB) and replace with 'quick' buttons straight to all the inputs.
All in all, this TV/Monitor is great value for money (we now have 2 in the house and would not hesitate to buy more when needed) There are the niggles i explained as best i can, but lets remember this is a 19" widescreen at a great price - which i have still not seen beaten anywhwere else and as both TV and Monitor it does a great job.
Hope this helps you choose!