Hi All, I just went to the Apple Store the other day to have a look at the new 2012 iMac 21.5". Two things I've noticed: 1. The Apple Logo's (backside and frontside) extrude a bit, suggesting that it may be stickers put on the casing. The Apple logo on the ACD and the old iMac lie a bit beneath the surface of the casing, suggesting that it is moulded in. 2. The display looks way worse than the old iMac display IMHO. It looks like it has a lower DPI than the old iMac, the uMBP, and the rMBP. It looks more like the normal resolution classic MBP. It looks nowhere as crisp as the rMBP. The glare is indeed way less than on the old Imac. What are your ideas? If the Apple logo's are indeed stickers, it looks a bit cheap. And the display quality is a deal breaker for me, I need a good display because I spend hours and hours in front of the display because I design and develop. I know a retina screen would not make sense, but this screen comes nowhere close to the screen of the rMBP imho.