Now I already know that there isn't supposed to be a manufacturing difference between the glossy and matte displays before everyone tries to bring that to my attention. But when I bought mine 2 weeks ago I was wondering to myself when I was opening it about how the 'Genius' tells the two types apart? Is the box labeled with it or what? There was nothing that I could find on the box that showed I bought the Matte version. I got to thinking about it a little more and did some research. Obviously when theyre being manufactured, something has to be done logistically to seperate the two types of screens. I was thinking they might allocate LCDs for each on the assembly line (glossy and matte), put the coating on, and then LCD's are attached last and packaged accordingly. People reported earlier that the 15" LED screens came in two versions... one with a LG screen (Product code 9C67), and the other with a Samsung screen (Product code 9C68). I personally own a matte screen & I checked my Color LCD Profile through the dispay preferences, and I have the LG screen (with no discoloration issues btw).. My main question is I guess if glossy owners only have the 9C68 Samsung screen? Maybe theres some sort of pattern... Like maybe they started with making the matte screen MBPs and then they ran out of stock on the LG LCDs. Subsequently, they were able to get LED-backlit LCDs from Samsung faster than from LG, and continued production with those. That would mean people with the 9C67 are the very first batch of MBPs that came off the assembly line, AND are also ONLY matte screens. However their next set that came off the assembly line had the Samsung screens and finished up the Matte stock quota, and then continued the rest of the MBPs (glossy screens) with Samsung. I'm going on these assumptions based soley on the fact that I have the 9C67 LG screen, and wanted to clarify if apple seperated two different types of screens on the assembly lines for the two different finishes.. Sorry if this sounds confusing, but hopefully you guys will understand what I'm saying.