UPDATED WITH VIDEO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8HQ_v8xOy4 I've had 4 iPad 2's replaced for light bleed , actually excuse me, 3. On my 4th. it's screen is great, but one thing all the iPad's suffered from was this weird issue. To the right of the home button they tended to have some play in the screen. 3 out of the 4 made this 'clicking' noise if I pressed it, and I'm wondering if anyone else's iPad has this issue? I'm nearly certain they will, I can't imagine all 4 of mine just randomly having it, and 3 of them making a clicking noise, but at this point the glass is a bit more 'raised' than the rest. And the best way I can explain it is there is 'give' in the bezel, whereas the rest of the iPad is VERY tight and no give around the border. I've highlighted the part where the 'give' is at, and where it exhibits this 'click' like noise if you press it there.. Anyone else have this? ALSO, i've posted a picture from iFixit teardown, it shows a thing right where the noise/give/raised bezel would be, sort of suggesting it is the cause.