This obviously stemmed from the fact I took my white Verizon 64gb iPad3 into my local Apple store for an exchange based on a yellow screen issue.. Ended up having to exchange the iPad three times while in the store in order to find a good unit.. and it's still not perfect.. The three additional iPads we opened had a much better screen (no yellow) but all three had at least 1 dead pixel or more. I ended up taking the final 3rd one home, has a great screen other than a single dead pixel, no backlight bleed, no yellow blotches against black, etc... I think I might have a dud battery in this unit though. Anyways, Apple "Engineering" department called me wanting to ask about my issues and document it and pass it along I assume to corporate. The "engineer" agreed with all my sentiments and said that he doesn't blame me wanting a perfect iPad and that dead pixels are indeed a downer.. He continued that if I still wasn't happy to take this unit back and exchange it again. I told him my iPad is losing over 10% battery life over 6 hours just sitting idle on my desk and he seemed to think that's definately not right but said to give it a few more days and see if it gets better (i.e. Calibrates) and if not, just exchange it. Pretty cool to hear Apple reaching out with concern.. Anybody else get a phone call like this?