Even though I personally believe the next generation iPad will retain the same screen resolution, a lot of rumors are talking about a higher res display being in the next iPad but one which isn't the same pixel density as the Retina display on the iPhone. Let's call it a 'super res screen.' If this is true, it's unlikely Apple would increase the screen resolution again anytime in the near future due to development fragmentation. So it's very likely Apple would probably keep this screen for the future and call this 'super res' screen a Retina display, and possibly justify it by saying the iPad is held further away from the eye than an iPhone is. So how would you feel if Apple went this route; say, a 2x res screen as opposed to the true 4x Retina density that's in the iPhone? Would we much care that the pixel density is not the same as the iPhone, or would we just appreciate the higher res screen at any cost? Alternatively, would you prefer Apple keep the current screen res until they're able to put a true Retina screen in the iPad?