So, 2 weeks ago I finally decided to order an iMac, despite all of the issues I had been hearing about with the display. I figured that I was going to be one of the lucky ones and have no issues whatsover. I was ordering a brand new machine and it should be fine. Wrong. After about 30 minutes of getting things up and running, and while a webpage with a good bit of white background was open, I noticed the dead pixel (pixels?). As the question mark shows, I'm not really sure if this is considered one pixel or many. So I figured I'd let the gurus like Hellhammer tell me. The first picture is zoomed out and is of the bottom left hand corner where the dead pixel(s) is. I apologize for the spots around it, that is actually inside the camera body itself I think (Nikon D40x) and I can't seem to get them cleaned off. That's another issue....sigh. The second is a very close in picture of the area. I photoshopped the lense spots out to see it better. Individual pixles are visible. This to me looks like 5 dead ones in a diagonal row. What do you guys think? Anyway, i called Apple and they wrote it up as DOA (Dead on Arrival) and I have an RMA number. They said as soon as FedEx has this computer a new one will arrive the next business day. Oh, and they also took $150.00 off of the price for the inconvenience. Not bad eh?!?