I guess thats good in a way, I was looking to get an ASUS VG248QE so now I have some idea what it will look like
why that monitor in particular? It's a fairly old model now. 1 of its biggest selling points was that you could fit the Nvidia g-sync upgrade kit. that's next to impossible to source now though (last I checked anyway).
if it's within budget and if it's for gaming with an Nvidia card then you would be better buying it's replacement the Asus swift PG278Q. The problem with them being quality control. Many have had to return a couple till they get a good one without any banding, bleeding, dead pixels etc.
It's the reason I went with the Dell S2716DG. It's a fantastic TN panel, g-sync, 144hz, 2560 x 1440. I got a perfect monitor 1st time. to top it off,I was watching it on camelcamelcamel for Amazon getting stock, with their price being about £499. It happened to top up with a mis-price at £99.87
I really wish I'd bought 3 but didn't want to risk it being spotted and figured 1 had more chance slipping through the cracks. It arrived the next day, best bargain I've bought, ever, anywhere!