I've been looking forward to the iPad 2 for months now. I skipped the first gen, but I was really prepared to buy the iPad 2. But after hearing all of these stories of yellow tinges, dead pixels, and black light bleed, I'm not sure if I want to make this expensive of a purchase. What boggles my mind is, how can we have retina screens on our iPod Touches with none of these issues described above, and yet it is a common occurance with a rather low resolution, larger screen? I just tested my NEC 23" IPS 1920x1080p monitor that I bought last month and ran MS Paint with a full black screen in a pitch dark room. I can find NO backlight bleed. I paid $165 shipped from Amazon. I truly believe none of us should have to put up with these QC problems on a $500 device that commands such a large price premium with a screen resolution that is reminscent of the 1990's.