I waited in line on launch day and picked up a shiny new white 16GB iPhone 3G. When I got home, I noticed that there was a huge smudge on the underside of the glass. In fact, it was so bad, it would discolor the screen. Very distracting. I took it back and they exchanged it without any problems. However, when I got my new iPhone home I noticed that there are three dead pixels, with a fourth stuck pixel that goes from being active to dying again. I tried all of the flashing screen stuck pixel fixes and nothing worked. I'm debating exchanging it again, but I wasn't sure. I just went through a huge debacle, returning two faulty Macbook Airs and I feel like they're going to think I'm just too picky. Also, I'm hesitant because the new phone I get could be much worse than my current one. After reading about dust under the screen, upwards of seven dead pixels, cracked cases, light leaks, and more horror stories, I'm considering cutting my losses. But then I keep reminding myself that I dropped $300 on this thing, and I should be happy with it. I tried ignoring it for a few days to see if they wouldn't bother me after awhile, but no luck. I find my eyes returning to those same little specks on the screen. Has anyone else had any luck exchanging a phone for a few dead pixels? And, how many of your phones are defected in some way? Do you think I would have a problem with a third? I have a feeling that my chances of getting a no-hassle exchange will decrease each time I return it. I don't think I'm being picky (and I'm not taking a phone away from someone who is waiting, considering they have units set aside especially for returns... I would wait if that wasn't the case), but these minor defects are driving me nuts. I would love to hear about any other exchange experiences. Thanks a lot, guys.