I was checking into possibly getting a replacement for my iMac which I purchased from MacMall due to the screen showing the yellowing tint issue somewhat across the lower half of the screen and because of me being from a third party reseller Apple isn't wanting to send me a new unit like I would be able to get if I had ordered from Apple directly. The Apple rep I've been speaking to has been working hard to see what he can do for me though and the engineers are saying my best bet of getting the issue resolved with the screen is to have them replace it with one they can check to make sure doesn't exhibit the yellowing issue. And I was alright with that option of just getting it repaired until I found out from the rep that the only way to get any repairs on iMac is to take it to an Apple store and the problem with that being the closest Apple Store to me is over 2 hours away in a city that I almost never go in the direction of. After my experience with a MacBook Pro and getting an issue on it repaired I thought if I were ever to have any issues with my iMac I could just have them send me a prepaid label and box and send it in without any issue but obviously not. I think that's ridiculous you have to go to an Apple Store just to get service on a product under warranty, especially after only having it three weeks. If I had known this I probably would of second guessed my purchase a little bit since it makes it out to be a pain any time I would have any issue with my iMac. Anyone else run into this situation of buying an Apple iMac and living a long ways from any Apple Store?