So, like many people on this forum, I've noticed some backlight bleeding on my iPad 2 that is most prominent when the Brightness setting is at its highest level. I live in India, but had bought the iPad from the US. This evening, I took the iPad to the closest AppleCare center to understand what my options are. Fortunately for me, my iPad is covered under warranty in India. While the customer service engineer offered me a replacement, he also mentioned that backlight bleeding seems to be normal for iPad displays. He showed me an iPad 1 that was lying around and, sure as hell, that piece had some noticeable backlight bleeding as well. I am now in two minds. If I get my iPad 2 replaced, the least I lose is the engraving on the back, since personalized iPads are not yet available in India. Further, if I get it replaced now, there is high likelihood that the replaced piece will have some backlight bleeding as well. What do you suggest? When we say replacement iPads, are the iPads brand new or is there a possibility of them having some refurbished parts? I have one more question: how easy is it to transfer all data/apps from my current iPad to the new one. PS: The backlight bleeding is not that noticeable during everyday use.