The backlighting had become very uneven and poor on my MacBook Pro recently, so I took it in for a screen replacement earlier this month. They replaced the screen, but the replacement unit had very bad backlight-leakage at the bottom of the screen, and asked for another replacement. The genius agreed, and said that he would replace it again, but that not to expect perfect backlighting because it's a pre-LED backlight model and that if the replacement unit had somewhat uneven backlighting, I would have to deal with it. Well I picked up my laptop from the Apple store 2 days ago, and inspected it at the store. The screen looked fine then, although I noticed and still see that the lid no longer closes perfectly; it's warped and therefore raised at the outer edges, although not that badly. However, yesterday I noticed that the screen has 1 stuck pixel. I tried all the techniques including software and massaging the pixel to no avail. At this point I'm wondering if I am within reason to ask for another replacement or if I should just live with it. I notice it every time I use the computer and it's distracting to say the least. To make matters worse, I put a new InvisibleShield on the back of the screen when I brought it home, thinking it had no issues with the LCD itself. Cliffs: Backlighting was uneven, got screen replaced Replacement had bad backlighting issues too, replaced again 2nd replacement has stuck pixel, lid doesn't close perfectly Edit: Called Apple; they're sending me a pre-paid box to send the computer in, because the trackpad button is now malfunctioning too!