After reading about the issues some are having with the 15" screens, what would be the best approach to land a good-screened MBP 15" 2.2? 1) Buy New from Apple online. I figure this is a safe bet, if I get one of the yellowed screens I figure Apple will work hard to make it right. Replacement probably. A few weeeks wait but that's okay. I have been using an old g3 for years, a few more weeks ain't gonna matter. 2) Buy refurbished from Apple online. I hear good things about Apple refurbs, but I wonder if there might be more problem screens going though the refurb revolving doors? Would Apple treat a problem screen refurb the same way as a new one, ie send it back and we'll send you another one? Maybe eventually you'd get lucky. Not sure how many times you could keep doing that though. 3) By local through a reseller - Best Buy is starting to carry Macs here, and thats an option, but I don't have much of a comfort level in dealing with their support. I could envision taking it back to complain and they just say "nope, looks fine to us, thats what they ALL look like. Sorry." Compussr also carries them here but I have even less regard for that outfit. HOWever, if by chance they could allow you to "check" the screen before buying, that would be great, but I doubt seriously they'll do that and turn a new computer into an "open box". 4) Drive to an Apple Store. I am in Spokane, nearest Apple store is Seattle. I did contact one of the stores there and they actually said I could check the screen before buying (yay). But that was only one store out of about 3 or 4. The others said no to checking them before buying. Its a 4 hour drive so not exactly close. At this point I am inclined to just buy through Apple and wait it out. I am aware of the fact that maybe this yellow screen problem is a very small %, but I figure it can't hurt to strategize the purchase with that possibility in mind. Thanks for any advice!