Sorry I don't have any pictures to show here, but Apple has my machine. I sent my 2007 MBP to Apple because there were several "dead" pixels along the lower edge of the screen. These appeared as white spots and a couple small white streaks. None were more that 2 or 3 pixels wide and at most 1/4 inch long. most were just spots of a few pixels in diameter. I assumed it was a screen failure and sent it to applecare. When I called to check on it, they said the white spots were indicators of pressure, are physical damage, and not covered by applecare. They wanted $1200.00 to fix it. Yikes! I baby this machine and have never closed anything in the lid, poked at it or dropped it or anything beyond normal opening and closing. These spots have been on screen since early in its life. Has anyone had similar experience? could the "pressure" be related to how force is distributed along the hinge when the screen is opened or closed? the good news is that I made enough fuss that a supervisor agreed to cover the repair as a "customer satisfaction" repair. Machine should be home in a couple days.