Okay, I'm just posting this for curiosity to see some opinions. Preface: I don't own a rMBP yet, so this is all speculation based on some blogs and a couple hours playing with store demos. Does anyone here think that the majority of screen image/resolution/quality complaints COULD be based on either limited personal experience with the rMBP and/or an opinion based on knowledge over observation? My example: When artists draw a still life, they are supposed to draw only what they see, rather than draw from what they know. If one draws a bowl of fruit as they know it exists, it won't look the same/correct as they currently see it. I'm wondering if this same affect may be happening when people look at the rMBP screen. Some may only be "seeing" what they want to see (based on what they think they "know"). In essence, they might be allowing pre-conceived ideas to determine their opinion, rather than starting with an open mind/clean slate. Okay, the analogy might have been a bit weak, but I'm sure you all understand. Thoughts?