Please bear with me. I am unlucky enough to be one of the people with a TBD that has the static, crackling sound from the speakers. Here is more information on it just for reference: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3359534?start=30&tstart=0 here: http://appleinsider.com/articles/12...lay_exhibits_noise_issue_with_new_macbook_air and here: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1241915 Some believe it is limited to just MBA's (which I have) but I can't test this because I don't have any other thunderbolt enabled Macs. Others think its something that plagues all devices paired with the display. Honestly I have no idea what to believe. I took it to the Apple Store and of course couldn't recreate the problem on the spot. The only information the Genius gave me is that it could be the electric current in my house being uneven (or something to that effect). It could also be the power cord because I stupidly left it at home (he used 2 different power cords and couldn't recreate the static noises). The static noises are pretty infrequent and the rest of the display is in flawless condition. I am thinking of selling the display because between the static sounds and how infrequently I use the display, it is not worth letting $1000 look nice on my desk. I would like advice on a fair price to both me and a potential buyer based on the condition the display is in. Obviously I don't want to screw over a potential buyer by selling him a poor display for a ton of money but I would like to recoup as much money as possible while still being fair. Thanks in advance to any suggestions!