I just took my IP5 out of an otterbox defender case (don't want to take about that ****** case right now). Looking at it in normal light, the glass looks perfect. However, I took a flashlight to it, and inspected the screen carefully. It appears as if there is a definite grain? structure to the glass, it looks like there are tons of tiny little particles spread throughout the glass, which I assume is perfectly normal for a glass screen. However, 1 or 2 of those particles look a bit larger and brighter than the rest. I'm wondering if this is normal variation in the shape and reflectiveness of the glass particle structure, or are these tiny scratches that may have been caused by the otterbox case? I'm a bit upset by the fact that the case is almost certainly not new. This is my first iphone and first smartphone actually, so instead of cleaning the back of the screen 'protector' as I should have, I simply installed the case, possibly leaving the screen vulnerable to minute damage. Again, my first phone, so I don't know if these dots are glass grain or 'scratches' or what.