I set my 700m side to side to my 9200, I don't see how you can say the 9200 wuxga is superior. It is supposed to be with all of the specs, but with the screen like it is, it is simply not a superior display. When you compared the two, did you not notice the difference in colors, ... On the 700m the white is white, on the 9200 the white is dingy yellowish, among with the other problems that i stated on my post previously.
You are certainly entitled to your opinion, but I compared these same two systems at the same time. You said that the 9200 was brighter? I had both turned up all the way and the 9200 was way darker, not as crisp with all of the blurriness of it. All settings were set equally on both computers. How did you come to the conclusion that the 9200 had the brighter better display? Yes it has way more pixels, but if it is too blurry and sparkly to even see the pixel colors, then who cares if you have 8 billion pixels?
I don't mean to undermine your opinion by any means, but I don't think me and people like me are unnecessarily scaring people away from this, people can make their own decisions. Had I known this information, then I wouldn't be out s&h right now and having to wait on another system. I tried to live with the display, but when comparing to another computer it really showed the imperfections of the 9200 WUXGA.
As for the other posts that try to make accomodations to the screen (using a different color of background besides white, turning down brightness, etc), paying this much for a laptop, I should be able to use whatever color I want with whatever brightness I want, and it should not be blurry, or sparkly, or whatever you want to call it.