Ok...... I got my first iPad shortly after launch--it got 3 or 4 sizable chunks of dust under the screen. There was very very very very minor light bleed that did not bother me whatsoever and was barely visible. No dead pixels, no glass popping up, no other problems--only the dust. The Apple store replaced this unit as a "one time exception" because the dust specks were "within spec". (This is exactly what it says on my receipt.) My replacement unit is one of the most perfect units I've ever seen as far as the bleed issue goes. It has no bleed whatsoever. It also has no marks or scratches on the aluminum or glass--cosmetically perfect. It does have a dead pixel at the top center that is not in a place I ever notice--in fact I usually forget it's there and it may have been there when I got it--not sure on that. And I would wait to return for that until I have 3 to insure that they'll actually replace it. But there is a bigger problem. My replacement iPad 2 has some residue stuck to the under side of the glass. It's like little gray dots (kind of in the shape of the big dipper) under the screen. They are 100% INVISIBLE when the screen is on. When the screen is off, you can only see them under direct light and it's in about a dime sized spot under the glass. Here's my dilemma--I have gone through this with my iPhone. I can imagine replacing this iPad and getting another one that has its own little issues and maybe some screen bleed. The dreaded OCD return cycle that I vowed I would not get into with my iPad. What do you guys think--I have a 12:45 appointment at the Apple store today but haven't decided if I'm going to do it or not. The whole situation is pissing me off.