I decided to buy a "new" iPad - the first one I got had this weird yellow tint over about half of it, and no viewing angle was comfortable. I tried the "leave it on for a couple days with full brightness and a white image" trick but that didn't fix it. So I exchanged it for another one. Similar problem - yellow discoloration over only part of the screen, tried the same fix, didn't work. That one also had a greenish tint to a lesser extent on only one part of the screen. So I exchanged again, hoping for one that looked like the one on display (I bought it at Best Buy, if that means anything). This one is a lot better. I almost decided to keep it but then I realized whenever I was using it I was just gaging whether or not I could live with the slight yellow tint in the corner, and the uneven backlighting (the right 3/4 of the screen in portrait mode has very good looking, clean whites, but the left 1/4 is noticeably darker. it's distracting when reading things on white background and looks wrong) instead of actually enjoying the thing! Now, don't get me wrong, games look great on it and when I'm playing a game I don't notice any of the discoloration or uneven lighting. But as soon as I visit Wikipedia or Reddit or any other light-colored-background website, the defects become very clear. So I've decided to just get my money back this time instead of another exchange. My question now is, do you guys really all have 3rd generation iPads with NO screen defects, or do you settle for a decent one and try not to let it bother you? I want to believe there are screens out there with the same evenness of color as the iPad 2s that my parents have, but it seems like minor defects are the standard with the "new" iPad. I'm aware that the new iPads have warmer screen, and I would be perfectly fine with that if I could get one of even warmth, but so far my experience has been uneven coloration.