PLEASE READ FIRST PARAGRAPH BEFORE VOTING Before voting, please open a blank page of Safari, put it into landscape mode and examine the left and right edges of the screen. Each side of the screen should be the same color. If they are not consistent, then your phone has the issue. Posts that state their screen is "OK", without stating that they performed the test, will be disregarded. Example Post: #1 - Did Safari Check: Screen OK #2 - Did Safari Check: Yellow Fade Present Apple claims their newer screens have a warmer tint. Even though I don't like the warmer temperature, that's not what I'm trying to address here. This thread is being created to address a defect in the actual consistency of the screen color, not the calibration. So unless you're posting about screen consistency, please do not post. Yesterday, I tried to replace my ugly, half yellow tinted screen at the Apple store. Unsuccessfully, the Genius went to the back and replaced my display (I don't think he did anything, he just went to the back for 10 minutes). My screen was exactly the same as it was before. White towards the top, yellow towards the bottom. Everyone who I show the screen to agrees that there is a difference between the left and right of the screen, in terms of whiteness. Apple claims my screen is within their "specifications", or in other words, they don't want to do anything about it. Looking deeper, I went to look at the other 3Gs units in the Apple store. Shockingly, all of the other units had a white top, and a yellow bottom. I looked at my friend's newly replaced iPhone 3G...and sure enough his replacement phone had the issue (although not nearly as bad). My previous phone, the iPhone 3G, does not have this issue, which leads me to believe newer screens are defective, in both the 3G and 3Gs. I then moved on to the iPod touches. No screen issues. 100% color consistency across the entire screen. I would be completely satisfied with ANY of the iPod touches viewed at this store. I'm interested in hearing your stories, please respond.