Today I went to the Apple Store because my brother's new macbook pro's f4 key was not working. They went ahead and exchanged it, so everything is all good. While he was getting his macbook pro replaced, I decided to head over to the macbook air section and actually see the differences between the LG and Samsung screens, as I had purchased my 13" i5 with the LG screen the other day. I went to this website (http://www.pbase.com/jackcnd/image/75285375/original) and saw that 4 bars of red and 4 bars of green were clipped. Because these results were pretty much similar to mine (4 bars of red, 3 bars of green), I immediately concluded that the macbook air had an LG screen. I decided to check anyways and ran the code (ioreg -lw0 | grep IODisplayEDID | sed "/[^<]*</s///" | xxd -p -r | strings -6). To my surprise, the air had a samsung screen. This is why I am confused. Why did a samsung screen have more colors clipped off than my LG screen? I was never bothered by the fact that I had the LG screen, as it had always looked stunning to me. I am merely curious as to why many people hate the LG and wish they had the Samsung.