Today I had a chance to take a look at one of our lecturer's new Macbook Pro (matt) display, and while his also has some of the graininess, it is not as annoying as mine because his screen has a much much better viewing angle. Not really convinced I stood on tip toe over it and looked down at it from the top, and there is very little colour shift, you can still pretty much make out the colours on the screen! So I went to check his display's model number under Color Profiles and it is... a 9C60. When I look down at my display the way the way as I did to his, it all shifts to a orangish-grey hue, so the good question now is, how is the model number from the colour profiles generated? Is it just an ICC file that is labeled with that information which Apple preloaded with the laptop in the factory?