I previously owned an early 2008 20" iMac and LOVED IT. It had no "problems" to my knowledge and worked like a champ. I stumbled across MacRumors and became a BIG mac fan over the past couple of years. I check it nearly everyday just to see what's new in the Mac world. When the new iMacs came out, I figured that if I could sell my 20" iMac for $800-$900 I would be able to purchase a new entry level mid-2010 iMac for only a couple hundred dollars and even get a free iPod Touch and printer out of it. If I sold these as well, I would come out about even! Well, mission accomplished. But did I make a mistake? At first, I thought so. I heard SO much about the yellow screens, dead pixels, high pitch noises, loud hard drive, yada yada yada. When I brought the thing home, I inspected every possible flaw and panicked at the possibility of my new baby not being as perfect as it's predecessor. I spent countless hours browsing through the forums with fury that I had just sold my perfect computer and purchased this "garbage." I made a trip to the Apple store and switched out my 1 day old computer... I did the same thing with the second and two days later was back at the Apple store again. More countless hours freaking out about all of the "flaws" with this one. I got my third computer and was VERY frankly told by the Apple store manager that they would NOT switch out another one. I was extremely displeased with the Apple store and I still believe that they handled my situation very poorly. I never raised my voice, threw a fit, or complained much. I just told them that I felt that my computer had problems. They refused to have a decent conversation with me and had they I would probably still be on the first computer and completely satisfied. I was being unreasonable and they were being unprofessional with their language and attitude. No other company would continue to switch out a $1,000+ machine just because the owner felt it wasn't 100% perfect. It was handled poorly in the store, but the outcome was nonetheless impressive. Over the course of 2 weeks, I never even enjoyed my computer. I was too caught up reading every single post on this forum. I understand that this forum has value, but too much of anything isn't good. I had the opportunity of looking at other Macs at a friend's house... ranging from a G5, first generation iMac, a 2009 iMac, to my new mid-2010 entry level iMac. Did they show similar "flaws?" YES!!! Every single one of them! Did my friend ever even notice? NO!!! The "yellowing" in the bottom corner of my iMac is nothing compared to the yellowing that covers the other screens. I blew the "yellowing" problem way out of proportion. I was freaking out about nothing. Are Apple computers perfect? No, but a lot more perfect than any other computers out there. We are all lucky to know about, own, and use such wonderful products. I think many people, including myself, put WAY too much effort in ensuring that everything is perfect. Nothing is perfect - these computers are made by humans, no matter what country they come from. Applecare over the phone took the bad taste out of my mouth after dealing with the Apple store and were VERY kind in making things right for my time in going back and forth to the store. The problem was ME, not them, but they still made it right. Bottom Line: My new computer is AMAZING. It runs flawlessly. It is extremely quick and responsive. The product is unmatched! From the keyboard, to the mouse, to the apps, to the OS itself, it is an amazing computer. I didn't notice any "flaws" in my 20" because I wasn't searching it inside and out. I am sure that I would have found a reason to take it back too. My advice: Enjoy your computer and stop freaking out about every little possible "flaw." Maybe it was just me, but I doubt it. Thanks for letting me get that out.