Hey Guys, Ok, I've mentioned this issue in another couple of threads, but I thought I would knock up a simulated JPG of what this chicken-wire effect looks like. In case you are wondering, I got a 2.0Ghz MacBook C2D about 2 weeks ago and I've noticed the screen has this effect all over it. It's not grain. When you look at the screen up really close, it looks like there is a very fine diagonal cross-hatching (what i call chicken-wire) effect. It's not visible all the time. It only seems to become annoying when viewing whites and if my eyes are a certain distance from the screen. I'm not very keen on returning it, cos it's basically perfect in every other aspect (no dead/stuck pixels and even backlighting). However, I was wondering if any of you guys out there can have a look at your MacBook screens and see if you have the same effect. The image below is my 'attempt' to re-create the issue. I basically took a screen capture, then added a rectangle with cross hatching over the top and set the opacity to 10% in Adobe Photoshop. I didn't cover the whole image with the chicken-wire, so that you would see the difference. Please let me know if anyone has this too. If you use the Zoom trick to zoom in on this image, you will see the chicken-wire more clearly (That's hold Ctrl and then scroll UP with the mouse to zoom in).