Im going to keep this brief because I'm typing this on my iPad, but for those of you who are planning to purchase the new iPad or just bought it, don't set yourself up for disapointment like I have done over the years. Don't go and proactively look for flaws in the new iPad like yellow tint, backlight bleeding, heat issues, or even stuck pixels, because if you do you can be sure you'll find them (Apple isn't perfect). Instead of testing your iPad for backlight bleeding immediately when you get the device, just use it as you normally would for a week or two, and If you do notice anything and it really hampers your daily use then return it. Do it that way because most of the time you won't notice any of the issues reported by other users during your everyday use of the iPad. But, when check for things like backlight bleed with the screen on 100% and a black screen, you'll of course find light leakage, and once you know it's there it'll of course bother you during regular use even though it probably wouldn't have. The first thing I did when I got this iPad was to test for yellow tint and backlight bleeding, and of course mine has both issues and now it bothers me. But, when I get my replacement I'm not many the same mistake again. Just my 2 cents.