Okay maybe not no problem...how about almost no problem. I've had a 4th generation iPod Touch since the day it was released in September, and in the 6 months I've owned it, I've absolutely been spoiled by the Retina Display. It's absolutely gorgeous. So when the iPad 2 was announced without a Retina Display (as expected), I was a bit worried because so many iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4 owners complained how their iPad displays just didn't hold up. Well after a week and a half with my iPad 2, I can honestly say that the lack of a Retina screen is almost a non issue for me. First of all, anyone who says that holding it further away from you makes no difference is wrong. I do hold my iPad further away from my eyes than my Touch, and it definitely makes a difference. The screen appears very sharp. Second, the biggest need for a Retina display is when viewing text, which I do primarily in Safari. I usually use Safari in landscape mode, and I very rarely need to zoom to read text. I could talk about this for paragraphs, but the bottom line is that I do not mind the lack of Retina Display at all. Now, that is not to say I wouldn't want one...there is no doubt things would look better with a Retina Display, and I'm sure than when a side-by-side comparison is done with the iPad 2 and a future iPad with the display, the iPad 2 will look mediocre. But right now, I think the screen is absolutely beautiful and it was better than many people made it out to be. There are without a doubt times when I can see that the screen would benefit from the extra pixels. But for what the device is, I think the display is wonderful and I have no problems with it, and I'm glad I didn't hold out for an iPad with a Retina Display. Anyone else pleased with the iPad's screen? Like I said, I would have no problem with more pixels, I'm simply saying that the screen as is is very good.