I'm sold on this machine. I mean, I even craigslisted off my beloved macbook pro and am embracing the MBA's design philosophy completely: modularity, cordlessness and bring-as-needed. I'm pretty thrilled by the design, size, functionality and ergonomics and have probably never been as excited by an Apple laptop before. That's the good news. The not-so-good is that I feel this display isn't quite as good as my old LG on the MBP. At first glance it looks great, but as I use it more, I've noticed that whites are not quite white (warmish), there is a graininess to it that doesn't exist on the LG, and there has been what looks a little like a shadow on the left side half-way up on all three MBAs I've had (uneven illumination or misapplied coating?). When there is a lot of whites on the display this all becomes obvious, but not otherwise. Unfortunately, I often have a lot of whites up so I see it more. What does your display look like - honestly - when you choose the white background?