Hi, new to the forum here, and just got one of the brand new Macbook... So.... there's some goofy stuff going on with the screen, and I wanted to see if these were known previous issues with the Macbooks, or if anyone else here noticed the same thing. 1) When I move the screen direction I can see what looks like pond ripples. They're only visible when adjusting the angle, when I'm touching the corner of the Macbook frame. It almost looks like there's pressure pushing from behind the case, into the glossy screen cover. 2) There seems to be subtle ghosting, making it hard to read basic web pages. This could be a new "feature" of 10.5 maybe? The shadows around windows are really extreme. 3) The screen is killing my eyes after only 15 minutes on here. All calibration, and presets looks either washed out or distinctively blue. Also, I'm not entirely sure, but it seems to me the glossy screen covering was more thick and glass like on old Macbooks, wasn't it? Maybe I imagined that part. Anyway, not sure if I got a clunker, or what. Would love to verify if the ripple pond thing is standard. Thanks!