I use a widescreen Dell at work. Not near the feature set as the one in your link, but the display is nice. It mostly sees productivity apps, but also some light photo and video editing. I don't notice any ghosting when working with video, which would be one of my biggest pet peeves in a monitor I was buying for myself.
There are many people who still slam Dell for their past regressions. Their pre-built PCs may still be limited in their upgadeability, but their monitors have received favorable reviews.
22-23" is becoming the new sweet spot for price IMO. I think you have to ask if it has the features you want/need. It didn't look like there was height adjustment or rotating, just tilt and swivel. Connection shouldn't be a problem with DVI, HDMI, and VGA ports. If your good with what it offers, go for it.
For extra reading, MaxPC had a great article not long ago about monitor specs, what was hype and what was important: http://www.maximumpc.com/article/features/display_myths_shattered