So I am the new owner of a 24" LED Cinema Display and about 3 days in I noticed that the display has a very slight yellow gradient from top to bottom (bluer at the top, yellow/warmer towards the bottom). Judging by posts on this forum and others, it seems like these displays tend to have minor imperfections, be they pixel defects, debris behind the glass, or color gradients that are noticeable on solid backgrounds. The gradient on my display is actually very similar to what I see on my 15" SR MBP's display, leading me to wonder if this is something common amongst all LED backlit displays, or if it's just a coincidence. I'm torn as to whether I should exchange this, and take my chances with getting a replacement with another issue. Except for the slight yet noticeable (to me) yellowish gradient, the display is otherwise in good shape - there is minimal backlight bleed on a black background, and there are no pixel defects or debris behind the glass. What are your thoughts? Is there such a thing as a perfect display? If you had to live with one of these minor defects, which would be the least annoying?