Hi everyone, I'm a new forum user, but have been reading MacRumors for about four years. I joined to ask you all a question and to get feedback on it. I live in the UK, and bought an iPad2 64GB 3G on launch day. When I used it for the first time, the first thing I noticed was backlight bleed. It appears I have a fairly serious case of it, as the edges of the left and bottom parts of the screen have large white/yellow marks. But it gets even worse at the top right of the screen, where there is a huge backlight bleed mark, sprawling across the top right of the display, almost into the centre. I find it frustrating to look at the display, especially at night when watching YouTube videos with the letterbox bars (this is when it's most visible). I hadn't rung the Apple Store until now to complain because I heard they were out of stock of the iPad2 64GB 3G versions fairly often. So I rung the Apple Store this morning about the issue, and they said that the best thing you can do is to make an appointment at the 'Genius Bar'. However, I'm a little apprehensive about doing this due to the fact I don't want to waste time and petrol to go to the Apple Store for something they potentially won't replace. Do Apple replace iPad2's with backlight bleed? And if they do, how often? If it's any help, I've been using this iPad2 for about three and a half months. Thanks EDIT: I hope I'm posting in the right section of the forum. If not, may one with the power to do so move it to the appropriate section of the forum.