So one of my coworkers got a new Dell with one of their 1080p "RGB LED" backlit screens. It is flat-out beautiful. Bright, huge gamut, and razor sharp. I thought it was just from being in a sea of crappy cheap LCDs in our office that made it stand out so much, so we went over to best buy and brought it in and compared it to the unibody MBPs. Keep in mind that this dell fully loaded is still cheaper than the cheapest MBP. The screen of the MBP looked positively WEAK in direct comparison. I set both of the screens to Adobe RGB profile just to "match" them, thinking that the calibration might be why the MBP looks so flat, washed out, and dare I say it...yellow. I don't know how they got RGB LEDs into a (relatively) cheap laptop, but they did, and Apple is going to have to do a mid-product refresh or they are going to lose some photographers here. I have a working hackintosh at home, but I don't really use it because it isn't a laptop and I have a perfectly good Mac laptop. The screen has always been one of Apple's best assets when it comes to laptop quality. i can't help but wonder why they didn't go for the RGB LED backlighting, when surely it was available if Dell already has several products to market with this screen. My co-worker said it was a 200 dollar upgrade to go from the standard CFFL backlight (at 720p) to RGB LED (at 1080p). That's a no-brainer upgrade, let me tell you. It's like seeing HD for the first time. Or wearing contact lenses for the first time after a life of being unaware of your vision impairment. OK, I will stop now. Seriously impressed with that screen. WANT.