Aussie business with local stock and always quality items.
As for the monitor, I bit the bullet after reading Amazon and Ozbargain reviews and the happy owners weren't wrong. The panel itself is most likely an LG (as it has "Super Resolution" toggle in menu which is LG terminology for 1080p upscaling, even has the FPS crosshair overlay usually found in ASUS/AOC). 75Hz isn't automatically on and must be changed in Windows or nVidia display settings.
The default profiles are fairly good, though I prefer to use the movie setting for games also as it has sharper colours/contrast and nicer darks. This monitor is exceptional value with HDR the only thing missing, but it's a fantastic monitor for everyone, for working from home or playing games, even FPS.
For gaming reference, I've been able to out-snipe some real snipers in Planetside2 using only a VS Obelisk rifle with 6x zoom taking down out-of-range targets, the 75Hz at 2k is more than enough for the highest level of detail on a GTX1060 and still getting over 75fps.
For working, I admit I underestimated the size of 32inches... can easily have 4x windows in quarters, only weird thing are spreadsheets and databases if not at the correct eye level and distance due to curved screen. Dead pixel test and I only have one green dead pixel on the lower left which is perfectly ok.
It is Vesa mountable and comes with extended screws for 75mm mount, mine came with a display port cable.
***EDIT*** Confirmed the holes at both sides of the rear ARE NOT speakers. The 3.5mm audio output has been confirmed to (somewhat) work but is full of interference noise so I suspect its a low level line-out given its also blue in colour instead of green.