So, I just bought a new MacBook Pro after 5 years. Whenever I get a new Mac I seem to be forced to go through the screen lottery to get a good screen that's uniform in color and brightness. I really hoped to avoid doing this again this time, as last time it took me 5 attempts. It's stressful and I just want my computer so I can get on with my life. Not sure it's worth all the trouble! But these Macs are very expensive!!!! As you can see from the photo the left side of the screen is warmer than the right side of the screen. Obviously such test images make it way more noticeable than it is in normal usage. The camera also seems to make it look worse than it does to my eyes. I guess our eyes do some kind of white balance correction to hide what's going on. However, as I know it's there I can find the uniformity issue when browsing mostly white webpages. If I don't think about it I don't notice it though. I guess the question is whether this is normal or whether I can expect to get better without having to return tons of these machines. Clearly from my past experience Apple doesn't place much emphasis on uniformity. I guess most people can't or don't notice or care. I might be kind of OCD, so I notice these things. Comparing the MacBook Pro LCD to my Asus 24", the Asus is more uniform. I'd appreciate it if others could post photos using this test I'd like to compare and see whether any screens are in fact better than mine! I really don't want to be returning computers for the next 2 months trying to get a good one!!!!