I purchased this penryn MBP in March, and at the time I noticed some backlight bleeding, but I needed to finish my term work and let it go. Its now summer and the backlight bleeding is really annoying me. The backlight makes the display brighter (really noticeable on the grey Apple boot screen), right in the middle of the display (below the isight) about 2 inches across and 2 inches down. Plus the right upper corner is a bit brighter too. Also the very bottom of the display is slightly brighter than the rest of it. Its not very noticeable while using the mac, but when playing a video or during bootup, you can see it. Its not horrible, but its there and it bugs me. Whats Apples policy on replacing the display? I have Applecare and I can go to the 5th avenue store or Soho store in NYC (plus theres a new one too). Is this worth talking to an apple genius with, or will they just send me home? I know the only fix is a display replacement, but is Apple willing to do those things often? edit: I have an older RevA MBP, a Macbook, and a new alum imac, and none of them have this bleeding, plus I have various other LCDs that don't have it. So I know its not just a small thing.