Even for me it's very hard to evaluate the glow strength
I totally can understand, in the beginning, I also had problems to evaluate the glow. And the only one solution probably is just to make your own experience with different models/units
or at least give us a tool to adjust the strobbing, like on Benq monitors.
Oh yeah, that would be really awesome.... :O
but 14 days are gone and I probably couldn't send the monitor back anymore.
Oh okay. Well if you will visit Eizos Headquarters, let me know
Sounds awesome. I really want a post-production monitor from Eizo, but they are just too expensive for me right now ;P So I assume that you will keep the Eizo for now. If it does not disturb you, and you come from a TN panel, then the glow should be pretty good (I think). While when I switched from TN to the PG279Q it was pretty horrible (and I had 5 units). Couldn't deal with the Asus glow in any way