I was changing my wallpaper today and i noticed that with no wallpaper if I pick a grey background color i can totally see outlines of the previous wallpaper that I have had up for about 24 hours. I also noticed a line from wallpaper i had up previously. In fact if I leave any window open then move it I can see residual images from it on the grey background. The residual from windows (or recent stuff) seems to fade out within a few minutes, but the others are staying. This is one of the first few new style 23" metal displays to ship last july. Anyone seen a similar issue? I've got apple care so I'm good till 2007. I just hate being without a display for weeks while they ship it back to apple for repairs (apparently repair shops can't fix the new displays). It has some dead pixels, the original uneven backlight issue and a dead firewire port so it does need to go in for repairs some time. The top of the display gets fairly hot, but the ones in the Apple store seem just as warm. I thought that LCDs shouldn't burn in due to design so I'm confused. -- Just to clarify what i mean by burn in. It is like a faint ghost of an image. What is really weird is if i do a screen capture of that grey color (sorry I can't find a way to read what the actual RGB color is) and move that around the screen in a preview window over other windows it almost likes it has partial transparency (only if the other windows have been open for a while maybe 5 minutes).