I haven't been able to find anyone online with same problem as me. I bought my macbook pro in December 2006. I got a 2GH 15" with 2GB RAM. I also run XP Pro via Bootcamp for some softwares. I use it at work 6 days a week for webdesign and graphics. And at night I use it to DJ with Serato Scratch. In January I turned it on and the apple logo appeared to be fuzzy. And after fully loading up, my screen was all distorted with super saturated colours. I tried calibrating the colours, and only managed to get a close enough configuration so that I can clearly see the screen with still plenty of oversaturation and bleeding. I attached an external mnonitor, and the image is crystal clear so its obviously my lcd. I took it to a macshop where they took a week to diagnose and fix the problem. (or so they thought). They replaced the LCD screen. I was happy for four days, and the same problem occurred. I had to rush back during my work day to get it fixed. Being a Saturday (I work evenings and weekends), and the weekend before Chinese New Year (I live in Singapore), the technicians said they couldn't order parts from the Apple Warehouse because it was already closed for Chinese New Year, and it would take two weeks to fix. By this time I was furious, but what can you do but bitch. But I was bitching to the wrong person. The technician at the retail shop was at least at work, unlike anyone in the multinational company of Apple (who apparrently have no call centre on weekends as everyone is off). So I waited 2 weeks and got it back fixed finally. I was happy, until this morning. I turned it on, and sure enough, the return of the fuzzy apple logo. I knew right away. AARGH! Saturday too, so I only had a technician at the MAC retailer to talk too. I knew I couldn't bitch them out, cuz its Apple who deserves a piece of mind. So I pleaded with the technician to expedite my case and help me get replacement rather than a repair. Still waiting to see if Apple will replace my book entirely. Has anyone experienced such problems with their display? Could it be due to poor ventilation and overheating? The Technicians don't even know what the real problem is. They just replaced parts, hoping it would do the trick. Maybe I wouldn't be so upset if I didn't but Apple on such a pedastel. I just made the switch with this MBP and am sorely disappointed. Drop a line if you feel my pain or know what to do to fix or prevent this from happening again in future.