OK, I may be anal about it, but took special care to get a dust-free iPhone (that is dust specs under the screen). Believe me, every iPhone has it. Some more, some less. If you say you never had a problem you either must have a bad eyesight or you don't really bother about it. In direct sunlight you see the dust - shops even wanted to sell me a brand new phone with white dust-specs inbetween the glass and black frame ... Anyway, had a practically dust-free phone, but if fell out of my hand, body is OK, but hell! Dozens of dust-specs all over under the screen? Shaking the bloody phone helped, most longer dust-specs (like short) disappeared somewhere. But still, why is Apple not able to produce those units in a dust-free environment or why isn't Apple or any other phone maker for that able to make sure that in the process of putting those parts together no dust invades? Seems to be a special problem with HTC phones ... Really pisses me off. I pay good money for this phone. It's hightech all around, but not able to offer a clean, proper screen.