So I don't have a real yellow hue, but I am noticing a different problem I want to know if others are seeing. When viewing a mostly white screen, like a webpage or a page of an ebook, the "white" parts sort of are various hues. Sort of greenish at the top, rose at the bottom. Maybe some tan areas. Point is, even though it's barely noticable, it's NOT white. And it's really bothering me. When compared to the iPad 2, the difference is drastic and clear. The iPad 2 is a uniform, hueless white. My question is - is this just the nature of the new display, and get over it? I have TWO "new iPads", both of which have the exact same symptom. It's not a yellow screen, it's sort of a rainbow effect. The right side is just sorta light green, and the left is sorta light red. It is just BARELY noticeable. Am I being too picky, or are there actual WHITE iPads out there, and I just didn't get one (two). My attached photo/sample shows this pretty clear. I know the eyedropper samples are extremely subtle - but it's totally noticeable and if that's how it is, I will have to return it until it's fixed... or is it just like that and I need to accept it?