I mentioned in another thread, but I picked up a rebranded variant of these from Microcenter, the Auria EQ276W, partly for the local pickup, and mainly because of the myriad of input options. (Most of the Korean ones don't have a scaler, which means they only accept 1440p and only have a single dual-link DVI input.) Mine has HDMI, DVI, DisplayPort, and VGA. But then, the Korean ones are almost $100 cheaper too.
I tried it out for gaming, and it definitely looks great for that, but to be honest I'd still rather game at 50" on a 1080p display (better frame rates, and more immersive). The plan all along was to mainly use it for non-gaming purposes (and I don't play fast-twitch FPS games much), so I can't say too much about the lag or anything like that, but I really do think it's a great display.