First off, when people on this thread refer to being OCD about something, they are mistaken. OCD, or obsessive-compulsive disorder, is an anxiety disorder that causes people to engage in rituals to get rid of obsessive thoughts. This often involves checking locks on doors over and over or washing one's hands several times a day. Obsessing over keeping a material object "perfect" actually falls under OCPD, or obsessive-compulsive personality disorder. Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder can be described as a preoccupation with order and perfectionism. Secondly, nothing in this world is perfect. Every single device Apple sells has imperfections. How obvious these imperfections are varies, but every one of them has imperfections. Just because you spent $642 on a new iPad doesn't entitle you to a "perfect" item. Do you think the people who spend $200,000 on a Lamborghini get a defect-free car? No, there are hundreds, if not thousands of imperfections that are present. It's just a matter of who is going to be OCPD enough to look for them. Does this affect the performance of the car or the overall beauty of the craftsmanship? No. So, the truth of the matter is: nothing is perfect, nothing will ever be perfect, and you just need to learn to use your devices as intended and stop worrying about stupid ****.