Had an interesting experience today. I bought my iPad at Target, and noticed that when I pushed the home button on the front, it created a backlight bleed on the screen. Didn't do that at any other spot, so not sure what that is all about. Anyhow, I knew that Target didn't have any replacements, so I decided to take to the Apple store to have looked at and replaced. Once i got there, no problems at all. The Manager at the Apple store said that they were being very lenient on returns of the iPad 2, as they were gathering info for the Apple engineers, and that an exchange would be no problem. Waited 5 mins, and the girl helping me came out and told me that she would be unable to exchange since I bought at Target, and recommended that I go there. So I pointed out that even though I bought at Target, Apple warranties my product for a year, so if for some reason Target wouldn't take it back without a restocking fee, etc., what was I supposed to do? So I told her that if that happened, I'd be taking a ticket out with Apple CS anyway, and probably would end right back at the Apple store. She made mention that if that happened, it might take a while to get a new iPad, as they didn't have any parts to fix. She didn't know what she was talking about here, as it seems once you take an iPad 2 apart, good luck on getting it back together again. Target took the iPad back without issue and gave me a refund, but lesson learned that its much easier to deal with Apple directly instead of including the middle man of a Target, Best Buy, or Walmart if an issue comes up.