So I started leaving my SE out in the sun for the past two days now, just to test whether the theory of the sun's UV rays will cure the glue on the yellow display. 4 hours yesterday, and another 4 today. It's been sunny these past two days with clear skies, so I just left it laying out on our roof deck here in NYC, so it can get optimal exposure. Unfortunately, I can't see any improvements. The yellow band on the top looks exactly like it did the first day I got it. I'm going to keep testing it for the rest of the week, but I'm not hopeful. This really seems like Apple is just using poor quality displays, so they could squeeze a bit more profit out of the SE. I've gone through 6 exchanges now just to see if there is even a normal panel being used in this, but even the most decent one I've gotten had a slight yellow band on the top. Has anyone else tried to cure their yellow displays via UV light, either naturally or via lamp? Curious to hear how your results were. As of now tho, I call BS to anyone who says that it's just the glue drying, and that it'll improve over time. These are just terrible quality displays.