And if it is, I'd like to see irrefutable proof beyond 'my screen looks great!'. Thanks but no thanks, I prefer fact over opinion. As such I'd like to ask all those that believe they have perfect iMacs to take upon this challenge and actually PROVE to us that their screens are free of any problems. Seeing as some people believe that the yellow hue defect is in the minority, I look forward to seeing a lot of posts proving this. - Make sure no other light sources are on. - Take a head on photo of your screen with a decent camera and make sure it's exposed well. - Use a colour-picker in photo editing software (whichever) and measure the colours displayed in the corners & edges. - Take screenshots. - Post on here to show off your gorgeous display working as it should. If you can't bother to actually test your display, then don't talk about it. Simple as. Bottom line - in my findings this screen is unacceptably inconsistent (especially for an 'ultimate display'). Just check the blue levels in top-left & bottom-right in relation to the red & green. Uncalibrated original colour profile Calibrated with Spyder 3 (both shots below) Go on prove me wrong.