Curious question - on my third iPad since last Friday. The first screen was uneven with a yellow blotch. The second had significant backlight issues but was a very cool screen. The third seemed a bit brighter in the store but is admittedly a bit warmer. Using it at home, the screen seems very white. I am pleased. I realized after this entire ordeal that my iPhone screen, which I always considered excellent, is quite a bit more yellow than my wife's screen. It is only noticable when I hold them side by side and once it is on its own it looks great to me. I took a photo last night of her original iPad with my new one alongside both of our iphones, using a digital camera in a dark room looking directly at the devices set to white backgrounds. My iPad has a terrible yellow glow in the picture, whereas the others are shades of white. I took a second picture this morning of the Apple website and the brightness settings page with both iPads and mine was noticeably yellow in the picture. On the settings page the area under the wallpaper setting is whitish blue on my iPad and a darker shade of blue on her original iPad, when viewed the naked eye. Many of the photos I have seen of the defective yellow iPads over the past few days look about as horrible as the ones I took this morning, and I would get a hundred piss yellow comments if I posted them here. But typing on the iPad right now, I would say the screen is quite white to me. Is it possible many of the pictures are not capturing the true screen appearance, or is the camera seeing what the naked eye is covering up?