Yes, I'm very anal about my things, as most of you probably are, and I'm also a perfectionist. I've done my research on the dead pixel issue, but would still like to know if this is grounds for a screen replacement of the Wide Angle UXGA because it's been eating me up inside. I found two defective pixels. I didn't see them at first until they appeared later unless I didn't notice them before. I think they are what they call "lit pixels" rather than dead or missing pixels, but nevertheless defective. In any case, they really annoy and distract me. As stated in the replacement agreement, one is in the lower left corner of the upper left square, about a half inch from the edge of the screen, and is light blue and very obvious. The other is in the boundary of where Sager said they would agree to replace, in the upper right part of the middle square, and is a darker blue, not as noticeable. They are more obvious in certain background colors than others. Would it be worth the time, cost, and effort to replace this screen, and does it qualify for replacement? I'm sure I can get over it after a while, but right now it's troubling me because I just got it, and it's my first notebook computer.
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9/15/03 at 2:10am