I just got mine. Can confirm everything people wrote here about the X32 FP. I can compare it to Samsung Neo G7 I returned, and I can only say, that unlike the Neo G7, I won't be returning this one. Don't have a lot of time to check the monitor out in detail, but the panel seems very good and has no dead pixels.Congrat! My X32FP haven't arrive yet because of the big holiday here. I hope you love your X32 FP!
I still have my PA32UC here and it have only 384 Zones but the color and black are stunning, so i hope the X32FP will have good picture quality compare to the PA32UC for my work and 160Hz for my gaming
However, as others have said, there seems to be LOT of fiddling involved with this monitor, when switching from work to gaming, from SDR to HDR gaming.
It's also incredibly dumb, that they ship the monitor with this power saving feature "Maximum Brightness" option "off", so when you turn the monitor on it's super dim. First thing you need to do, is set this to "on".
I noticed that enabling the "Local Dimming" significantly dims the screen, so you can't leave it on while working either.
Compared to Neo G7, you definitely don't get the contrast of the VA panel and the HDR on X32 FP seems far dimmer than on the Neo G7. There's also far less fiddling with options involved with Neo G7 where you just set the Local Dimming to Auto and HDR just turns on automagically. Unfortunately, for me personally, Neo G7 is just complete garbage for productivity, very annoying to work on and plagued with quality issues (mine had dead pixels, non-functioning port etc). So, I gladly paid almost $300 more for the X32 FP over the Neo G7 (but I probably wouldn't pay more).
I will try increasing brightness/contrast in Nvidia Control Panel, see if the HDR pops more. I don't care about messing up Windows in any way, since I only game on Windows PC, and work on MacBook hooked up over USB-C...which is another great feature of this monitor.