If you want a perfectly lid, well balanced cool display (no yellow screen issue) with virtually no backlight bleeding, get your iPad ASAP. Soon, LG and Sharp will start mass producing panels for the iPad, and this is very, very bad news for everyone that cares for a good, nice display. Historically, LG is largely responsible for the bad yellow screens and ridiculous backlight bleeding on large numbers of iPad 2's. Actually, they couldn't land a deal sooner to deliver the new retina panels to Apple because their dropoff and failure rate was too high. The most glaring issues were backlight bleeding and lots of dead pixels! Especially Sharp almost lost all of Apple's confidence as well as all business deals as they basically couldn't even deliver one single perfect panel, even as a review unit, for months! Sharp was the subject of every joke inside Apple HQ. So as it seems, Samsung is the sole provider of retina displays at the moment. Which is great, historically Samsung were among the very best screens you could buy. They are delivering screens to a range of notebooks of different developers as well, and if you take a look at Dell, HP or Acer forums, you'll realize that everyone wants a good Samsung panel. Sort of like the SSD issue with Toshiba and Samsung in the recent MacBook Airs, everyone wanted a Samsung SSD. So if you want to pretty much assure yourself of getting a fine panel while avoiding the inevitable screen lottery, get your iPad ASAP, don't wait for the 2nd or 3rd batches as you are likely to receive an inferior LG or even worse Sharp panel. So if you want to avoid exchanging panels in the future, get your pristine Samsung panel right now. I predict that in the middle of April we'll start seeing more LG & Sharp retina panels in the wild, and the complaints will start accumulating then... Don't miss out!