Hey macrumors. Last week I bought my first iPad (3rd gen) and since then have returned it 3 times because of the screen issues that everyone's talking about. Before buying my iPad, I thought this was just a minor issue and it wouldn't happen to me. But it did and it's a real issue. My first iPad had a warm/pink hue on the upper half of the iPad. Then on my second iPad there were green hues on the top half and backlight bleeding on the bottom. I thought I was just seeing things and being "OCD" as everyone puts it. But if you pay attention to detail, a lot of the new iPads have these imperfections. Now on my 4th iPad, it's the best "version" ive managed to find but there is a slight green hue on the top half if you look closely. But like I said, I've come to appreciate the retina display and all the things the new iPad has to offer that the green spot doesn't seem so bad anymore. I hope the more I use the iPad I can slowly unnotice the imperfections. I guess this is just a story I'd like to tell to all the people thinking about getting the new iPad. All iPads I've come across had some issue and it'd be wise to take advantage of the 14 day return policy to get the best version of the iPad so you'll be getting the iPad you spent your hard earned money on. Even now typing this post on my new iPad, I can hardly see the slight green spot on the top half. You've just got to enjoy the experience rather than nitpicking the smallest of problems.