So I'm on my second MBP and am going to return it tomorrow because I find the display to be unacceptable: unevenly illuminated so that whites appear brownish and washed out (murky) on the upper right quadrant, and a light strip on the bottom and a little on the side too. Otherwise it's perfect. I'm also going to have to return a black macbook I got for my father because there's something going on with the hinge when I open it - a clunk feeling that is not normal. I'm so tired after numerous returns this year. I'm prepared to accept a lot, but not a poor display on a computer that cost over $2000. One of the main reasons I got it was to have the large display, but the quality of all the displays I saw at the store is really not great. They were all uneven to some extent. At this point I'm not sure I want another one. I like it a lot, but only if the display is good and neither of the two ones I had was that good. The first one was acceptable, but barely. I probably wouldn't have returned it had it not been for the aluminum under the latch completely buckling and protruding outward. Will they charge me a restocking fee if I decide not to go for another one? How can I avoid that? Maybe I should try one more before giving up? Also, how do I argue that my display is NOT acceptable? I mean, when most of the displays are bad, it could easily be said that it's within specifications. The only thing I can say is that the much cheaper macbook display has a perfectly evenly lit display that is also crisp and sharp.