I purchased a Cinema HD Display (Aluminum) a few days ago and I was very disappointed after using it. I feel that every year, Apple is cutting corners in quality one way or another. First, toward the left side of the screen, the contrast level dramatically drops. And also toward the right edge of the screen. The center retains the most of the contrast. Here is how you can test this on your Cinema 20/23. Launch Safari. Then open the download window - Command-Option-L or Window the choose Downloads. Once the downloads window is opened, enlarge the download window vertically until you see the white and blue rows. Now drag the window to the center and observe the contrast level between the white and blue band. Then drag the download window toward the left edge of the screen and you will notice the white and blue contrast level drop and the border between the two colors become faint. Therefore, the white and blue band will be almost the same color. This is not acceptable for a product that comes from Apple at this price. Even at under $1000, it is not acceptable. Second, I also noticed ghosting of the closed window. on the desktop after closing a window or a document. This should not happen on a $2000 Apple product. Third, I also see the pink tinting even after adjusting the display. I must say that the space gain over the 20 inch Display is great especially when I'm working with lots of pallets and multiple apps. Also like the fact that this monitor tilts vertically over the previous Displays where the display can not be turned completely vertical. I also like the shorter edges around the LCD screen. However, I will regretfully return this monitor. All the pluses are great but the actual LCD has to be better quality than what it is now. That is what i expect from Apple. I own a 20 Cinema Display with the plastic body. I think that was the best quality LCD I have seen from Apple to this date. I really wished that Apple used a better LCD for this 23 Cinema HD Displays. They maybe brighter over the last model, but that is far from an improvement over the last with the the pink cast and uneven contrast issues. Good design is welcomed but better quality component is far greater than just good looks. Facts: The last Cinema screens were made in Korea and Taiwan. The current ones are made in China. The 30" are still made in Korea.