Just a heads up, check the returns policy of the seller. I purchased this monitor and it had some of the worst back-light bleed that I've ever seen. When the image was supposed the be just black there were white grey blotches all over.
I used to think the same when I had 24" screens for 10+ years. I thought 32" would be miles too big, but then you get one and it's actually awesome. As long as you have the GPU for that resolution.
I'm still using a 20" and thinking to upgrade to a 24" max 😁 (shock) (shock) but each to their own needs (y)
I think it’s the 4ms response time. Even screens suffer lag, gamers look to reduce it everywhere possible.
I have a 43" version of this and personally, for my needs, 43" is too big. I was after something I could do decent comparative document review, some photo editing, and a smudge of gaming (where immersion is more my priority than performance). I find I feel sometimes like I'm having to look up a bit too much to take in stuff at the top of the screen. It's not like it's driving me to thoughts of self-harm or anything, but, in case this helps someone who is now where I was when I bought, I'd recommend an ultra wide screen instead - same width, less height would be perfect. If I could chop off, say, the bottom 10th and the top 1/5th of the screen I have, that would be the ideal.