... is absolutely fine, or actually very good. I know I'll get shot down for "another one of these threads" but I think we need some balance here. I have both an iPad 3 and a iPhone 4S, both with retina displays, and was worried after reading threads on this board that the iPad mini that I'd ordered would look bad in comparison. Now, mine arrived on Thursday, and I genuinely have no idea what the hell people are yapping on about. Sure, it's very slightly less bright, and if you look REALLY closely you can see a very (and I mean very) slight pixellation on text, but it is more than good enough for the size of the device. And before anyone says "you don't know what you're talking about man..." etc etc I work in web design and photography and spend every day using high end editing software where pixellation would be an issue. I genuinely don't see the problem with the mini at all. Also, there is neither an "unusable level of reflection" nor a disastrous "squashy screen" The mini is what it is. A great little device for use on the go, and it's specs match what it's designed for. I would advise that anyone thinking about a mini shouldn't pay too much attention to the negativity, because it's mostly unfounded, and much of it wouldn't surprise me if it was actually written by people who haven't even picked up the device in the first place.