Just wondering if this is a common occurance for anyone else or if its just me. For those who don't know, since the nexus one is a capacitive touch screen, there is a "capacitive grid" that comprises the touch screen component. Its present in all capacitive touch screens and is necessary. The grid itself is a series of straight diagonal lines, one set going southwest to northeast across the screen and the other set going southeast to northwest. For my Nexus One, the grid is very very easily spotted. Anytime the display is off and the screen is tilted at an angle I can see the grid very easily. Mind you its 100% invisible when the display is on.