While I vowed not to do this with my iPad 2, it's begun. I think Apple is truly incapable of giving me an iPad without crap under the screen. My first iPad had very little light bleed, no dead pixels, no scratches. Over a period of about 2 or 3 weeks, it started accumulating a lot of dust under the screen. The Apple store replaced this iPad with one that appeared perfect at first. There was again almost zero light bleed, no dead pixels. A few days after I got it, I was doing the daily screen wipedown and noticed some stuff that would not wipe off--it was a dime sized area under the screen where it looked like some water specks dried and left a grayish white residue. This wasn't always visible, but when it was visible, it was bothersome. This iPad ended up with 3 dead pixels. I returned last night and got another one. Back is perfect, glass is perfect, no dead pixels. There is one single solitary speck of white dust under the screen. It's pretty easy to see when the screen is off. Not visible when it's on. I'm kicking myself for not noticing it at the store. I'm pretty annoyed, but am going to try to stick with this one. One speck of dust is better than three dead pixels any day.