Many of those who have ordered one of the shiny new 2015 iMacs have either received, or are about to receive their new machines, so I thought it would be appropriate to make a thread where we can share our experiences with light bleed. Why is this important? Well, the first generation retina iMacs (and recent iMacs in general) were notorious for having what seemed to be widespread backlight bleeding issues, and considering Apple's shift to slightly different display tech this year, it will be interesting to find out if they have made an effort to resolve these issues with the new updated panels. I myself just bought a stock 3.3GHz 27" 5k iMac, and so far the backlight bleed has not been too much of a problem. Here's a photo of the display at 100% brightness, displaying a black image in a pitch black room. The bleed itself is not very noticeable under normal conditions, in fact at first I thought I had snagged a perfect screen, but after using it for a while the bleed has definitely drawn more of my attention and is most obvious in the bottom right corner. So, for those who care about this sort of thing, post a a photo when you get your new iMac so we can get a sense of whether Apple has improved this issue at all.