Colin Sheks's review is excellent and you should read it if thinking of buying.
However, having just bought this monitor, I thought I'd add some extra information.
First, my model was shipped as an "R", so there was no way to know which panel it had.
Also, the factory menu has been altered and no longer displays the panel info which allows its identification.
Still, I hooked it up (very easy to do straight from the box) and took a look. The main thing to say is, if there's a colour problem, I can't tell. It looks beautiful and I didn't have to make any adjustments. Maybe I've just been lucky with the panel manufacturer, but everybody seems to think that it's easy to adjust anyway, in the event of the blue shift issue.
It's very bright, but instead of turning it down, you can (depending on what you're doing) instantly switch between Custom (your current settings), Text, Internet, Game, Sport, Movie and Dynamic Contrast with a simple touch of one of the unobtrusive control buttons. These modes have different brightness and contrast settings.
The other thing to mention is that you can connect two computers to the one monitor, one via the analogue cable and the other via the digital cable. You can switch between analogue and digital easily with one touch of one of the control buttons to show each computer's display.
Overall, I'm very pleased with this and would recommend it.