I purchased an iPad 4 this weekend and absolutely love it. The retina display blows me away. I consider myself a display freak and can pick up on little issues that most people don't seem to see or care about (lucky them). This screen is beautiful and I haven't noticed any flaws yet. My issue is how Retina or HiDPI devices seem a bit ahead of their time and sometimes (many times) makes images look worse. Most websites at the moment aren't supporting HiDPI displays. This makes images on most websites appear blurry or blown up. Even menus on websites that use images will look far worse than if using a non-retina device. I am not a web developer but I did some research and websites need to start switching to using Scalable Vector Graphics (svg). These images scale to whatever resolution the browser is using at the time and look great on HiDPI displays. I hope more and more websites adapt to this new standard soon. The other disappointment I see is with Apps. Most apps, even popular ones like Angry Birds HD don't seem to support retina. This makes all of these apps look considerably worse than on my Wife's iPad Mini which is displaying the apps in their native resolution. I can't seem to find a way to tell if an app supports retina before I buy it. If anyone can tell me that would be great. I hate paying for apps just to find out afterward that they look terrible on my beautiful Retina Display. I'm just saying that there's a definite disadvantage to having a Retina Display this early in the game. When a website or app is designed for it, it blows everything away. But right now in many uses it can actually make things look far worse. I can see people making an argument that the Mini actually displays most apps and web pages better than the Retina iPads. It's just something else to consider when making the decision to go Mini or Full size. What do you all think? Does anyone else care?