Hi Everyone, I've owned the original iPad since launch and never noticed the following. It seems to me that my iPad 2 has an LCD refresh issue. Would you all mind trying the following: Open the App Store and tap an app to view the details page (GarageBand will suffice). While on the details page, tap the "$4.99" button once (or whatever price it is) Don't tap it twice as I don't want to be blamed for you purchasing an app you didn't really want. Now When you tap that price button, move your finger out of the way and look closely at the button as it animates the transition from price to "BUY APP." Do you see a little flickering vertical line about an eighth of an inch in from the left side of the button? It only occurs during the transition animation from app price to "BUY APP." That appears to be an LCD refresh issue because I can't snag it with a screen shot (I've tried repeatedly and it doesn't show up). To test this repeatedly, simply tap anywhere other than the "BUY APP" button so that it animates back to its original state and displays the app price. Next test: Load up MacRumors.com (or any other page with a combination of text and images) in Safari on your iPad 2, touch your finger to the screen, and gently wiggle up and down so that the page scrolls vertically slightly. Do you see the text and images "bending" horizontally on the screen? Again I can't capture this in a screen shot, so it appears to be a horizontal refresh issue (something I don't ever remember seeing on my original iPad). Thoughts? Nathan P.S. I tend not to be an individual who seeks out problems with new gadgets. These two abnormalities jumped out at me as obvious oddities. I've used my original iPad every day and don't ever remember seeing these issues.