Just found it here: http://www.hardmac.com/news/2006-12-06/#6199 "Last Monday, we have received a message from Pierre-Yves. I wanted to purchase a MacBook Pro 17" Core 2 Duo, but I was told that they had received a message from Apple asking for not taking orders of MB Pro anymore; with not additional information. We were following this news, waiting for additional information, comments or reports, and today we have received another message from FxParis. I have received the following message from my Apple Reseller: "bad news: MacBook Pro 15" production is temporary stopped due to a quality issue identified on non-glossy LCD panel. There is no additional information!" It remains unclear if the production is stopped for all MacBook Core 2 Duo or only for those models with the non-glossy widescreen LCD display. Surprisingly we have received very few reports about problems with MB Pro C2D. Apple might have increased its quality control checks to avoid repeating similar problems encountered with the first MB Pro Core Duo model. Indeed, it costs much less money to stop production for couple of days to fix the problem than paying LCD panel exchange for thousands of MBPro owners. For sure it is a bad timing with the Christmas period approaching." That would be quite interesting. Im happy with my MBP but screen drives me crazy.. my eyes are constantly tired due to extremaly poor viewing angles (cant really describe it - its like constantly looking at extremaly uneven iluminated screen where you have to move your head all the time to get the better picture). Is it only me who have the same problem?