Over the past four years I've bought six Apple products that have a LCD display (iPod Touch, iPad, iPhone 4, MacBook Pro, iPhone 4S, and Cinema Display). Of those six, four have had either dust under the glass screen and/or malfunctioning pixels. I had my iPad and iPhone 4 replaced (last year) for this issue. The replacement iPad was fine, but the replacement iPhone 4 also had dust under the screen, so I lived with it. Now, I have a 4S with a busted pixel (yes, it's hard to notice and it's not a big deal) and a new Cinema Display with a couple specks of dust under the glass. I'll probably just forget about it and live my life. I'd like to know why these premium products have this issue. Is it just really difficult to keep dust out of the factory? Is it inevitable that out of one million pixels one will be bad? Let me know what you think and if you've had the same problem I've been having... or maybe I'm just really unlucky.