I have not seen the 2110, but I have personally installed the LMD-2030W, and many other LMD series monitors. Sony Broadcast should be ashamed of themselves for this series of monitors. There are many consumer monitors (including Sony Bravia series) that are more accurate and make better images than the LMD series. Something bad has happened to that division of Sony.
With that said, and in all fairness, I have NOT seen the 2110, but my prejudice had now developed from several years of inferior products from Sony.
The mixed reviews on B&H don't help, and don't give much detail on the accuracy of colors. I'm looking at the LMD-2110W for a color correction/grade monitor - although almost all my work is for online content and never for television broadcast, I still want something that will get me close.
Yeah, I bought it in summer 2011 and i like it so far - it´s not THE monitor for color grading (or as other people that know better than me would say that because of the panel and not so good calibration possibilities) - i´m not that color expert, for typical editing in HD and with many different formats it´s cool (i had only used desktop monitors before the LMD-2110W).
i would definitely buy it again, as it seems you get what you pay
actually i found your post here because right now i´m editing 1080p24 (23,98 fps) footage in fcp 6 on the lmd-2110w via matrox mxo2mini (hdmi-connect) and the monitor display says it´s 1080/60I and i´d like to know why that is...
the video signal format specs definitely say it´s possible: 1080/24P, 1080/25P, 1080/30P - so i just don´t understand why it says it´s 1080/60I