After all this trouble and bickering I finally have 2 Iphones side by side in the comfort of my home to compare. 1x 16gb Iphone 4 week 44 (Blue Tint) (My girlfriend) 1x 32gb Iphone 4 week 36 (Yellow Tint) (Mine) Set both to max brightness: Blue Tint: - appears brighter - more "White" when on the brightness screen settings - when tilted to its side and there were no apparent "Light Bleed" Yellow Tint: - appears less bright - less "White" - when tilted LED backlit can be seen. However, only when looking at this extreme angle. Less extreme angle this is not an issue and should not be of a concern for both Screen Tints Here's a thread describing what I mean by "tilted to side": http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1030940 Here is what's really surprising Colors: Many look at the white screen and think the Blue Tint is a superior screen to the "Yellow Screen" but I exclusively own only IPS screens for my desktop, TV, and laptop and have compare many screens for color reproduction as well as the famous IPS viewing angles. To do this comparison, the wallpaper settings was use for the many photos as well as Iphone dead pixel test for solid one color (black, red, blue, etc...). The lights was turned off so to get the full effects of the comparison. Result: Wow...the yellow screen reproduced color very accurate like an IPS screen should. Blacks look black, yellows are yellows, etc..., pictures are detailed and color accurate. Blue Tint screen is a tiny bit of a disappointment. Colors look a little washed out. Blacks appear to have tint of gray. Color reproduction was off and not as accurate as the yellow screen. Only the blank white screen appears to be more vibrant but I suspect this is due to its unnatural color reproduction of "White". Conclusion: The "Yellow Tint" many of you have complained about (including myself) is not an issue but in actuality a blessing. The "Yellow Tint" has superior color reproduction...Whites, blacks, red, yellow, etc...you name it. However, on initial encounter the "Blue Tint" will appear whiter, brighter, and is reminiscent of TN screen technology and will offer an instant gratification that it is a superior screen but in fact the opposite. However, those who appreciate brightness more than color accuracy should be content with the "Blue Tint" while those who are more picture/graphical directed should opt for the "Yellow Tint". Either screen will be fine for Smart Phone operations but I prefer the "Yellow Tint" and my GF likes the "Whiter-Blue Tint"...Win Win. PS: I will have pictures up once I can get my hands on a camera so you all can see both screens side by side.