AND IT HAS 2 STUCK PIXELS! I've been patient and calm and rational. The first screen that the laptop came with had a horrible backlight bleeding issue. The second screen was messed up beyond belief for a "new" screen. The casing was warped around the screen pretty badly. There looked to be a crack in the screen and after 2 days, a pixel died. Now, I got this new screen and I looked at it at the Apple Store and it looked fine. I put on a black background to see if there was any stuck pixels, I didn't see any. I put it on a white background to try and spot any dead pixels. None. I get back to my apartment, turn it on and the first time I go to a black screen, there are 2 f'in stuck pixels within about an inch of each other. I'm running a little utility that runs the pixels through red, green, blue, black, and white. I've tried it twice so far for 5 minutes each. And the issue is still there. I'm now doing it for 20 minutes. Any other ideas? I don't think 2 stuck pixels is within their replacement policy, so I would be pretty screwed. The guys at the Genius bar have been very kind towards me, so I have nothing against them. But it looks to me that Apple is sending refurbished parts as replacements. Hmmm... WHY? The part was returned to Apple for a reason. This is the 2nd replacement screen I've gotten from them. Does the concept of money elude them?