Yep, check out the end of this thread and the information by Chris Cox of Adobe.
The PA241W sounds like a great monitor. I'm holding out for pricing on the PA271W and with Spectraview II supporting the PA series now I hope to see a bundle in the very near future.
Yeah, it is
great! The display is very flexible - it may work as wide gamut softproofing monitor @160cd/m^2, and in a blink of an eye it can be transformed into web design sRGB screen @80cd/m^2. The new Multirpofiler is nice - it can change the gamut of the display, so it can mimic synthetic editing spaces, or specific printer+paper color space - with the paper white and black ink simulation option, and rendering intent selection.
The display uniformity is also very good, the one I measured max deviation was 2,4 dE (94), with 1-1,5 dE (94) on average.
There's wide backlight regulation range, so calibration (with i1pro rev.D) validation results for 80cd/m^2 are as good as for 120 or 160cd/m^2: