So today my third U2713HM arrived. The first suffered from significant backlight bleed, the second had crosshatching/dead pixels, same story with this latest one. Throughout I've pressed for a revision A02 replacement, because I've read that the frequency of such issues has declined with the newer batches, but I've now had three April 2013/revision A01 units in a row. Apparently others have had better luck getting a newer version than yours truly. But this evening the Dell representative threw me for a loop. As usual, he sent me a link in chat to the replacement I'd be receiving, but seeing that this led to the U2713H, I assumed that a mistake had been made and gave a somewhat curt response. It was intentional, though; presumably the representative was aware that the U2713H has a much better track record where manufacturing defects are concerned. The U2713H should arrive within a couple of days. I'm glad my odds of receiving a pristine panel will be better, and yes, it's technically a better panel. However, I'm a little concerned that sRGB emulation will look strange. Here I quote from post #21211 at http://pcmonitors.info/forum/topic/dell-u2713hm-vs-dell-u2713h: Is this something I might actually notice? If not, I assume I should just sit back, shut up, and look forward to a higher-quality display? By the way, I've already applied this patch: http://embdev.net/topic/284710#3027030.