My new MBP arrived today (spec in my sig), but I have a couple of issues with it:- -DVDs don't look too good - they look washy, not fully sharp, with lots of artifacts (that you'd expect with a compressed video, but this was from original DVDs playing from the drive). In contrast, DVDs on my Powermac G5 and 17" Apple Studio Display look fantastic. -Thankfully, no dead pixels so far, but the backlight seems uneven towards the bottom and top, so that if the screen is a solid colour (particularly black), the screen looks very uneven and all over the place. Also, the screen sort of fades slightly darker towards the bottom of the screen (ie on a web page, the top half is crisp white, with it fading slightly greyer towards the bottom), but I had this issue on my Powerbook G4, so I guess it's laptop screens in general? Viewing angles, etc. I also have some sort of dark ridges in my screen, that follow you round as you look at the screen from different angles. It seems like it could be normal though... -When closed, the screen has a slightly larger gap at the right, than the left, meaning you can sort of 'rock' the screen by pressing on one side, as it's not completely flat/lined up when closed. Is this normal? Thanks for any advice.