Fellow MB owners, what should I do? I bought a Macbook a week ago and have noticed there is a bit of backlight bleeding at the bottom of the display (bottom of the display is lighter than the top). This means for example that when I watch a widescreen dvd the black band at the bottom is kind of grey whereas the one at the top is jet black - that is when I have the screen angled perfectly for viewing the movie image in the middle. This can also be seen if you set a dark desktop colour - it's lighter at the bottom of the screen. Another good way to see this is to install pixel check and choose the all black screen option. All the other colours it displays are fine, but all black clearly shows the backlight bleeding from the bottom problem. Now I only noticed this after a few days when I put in a DVD and saw the band at the bottom was so different to the one at the top so it isn't the end of the world, in normal working conditions (email, internet etc) it is not a problem - in any case I usually use an external monitor in clamshell mode. I took it to the mac shop here and they said it was fine, they wouldn't change it, and in fact the one in the shop was very similar when we tested a dvd. But applecare on the phone said I was withing my rights to change it, and at the price it cost I think these things should be perfect. But if I change it and get one the same then that is a lot of hassle reinstalling everything etc for nothing - especially when my MB seems perfect in every other respect. So, could you guys tell me if you have seen/can see the same issue on your MBs? What would you do in my situation? Thanks in advance for any help.