Firstly, old phone from launch day was 003 model. This was a preorder. I see people thinking that 002 and 003 correspond to some particular screen,etc. NOT TRUE. New phone is an 002. Light changing, screen look,etc. are all the same. It's a crap shoot. 1st phone - lots of light leakage, screen was flat on bottom left corner and raised a little on bottom right. Light leakage kept getting worse on the right bottom. Screen got high enough to be about the same thickness as my finger nail. Dust collecting, the usual. New phone - All four corners are fully recessed below the bezel. Still have a little light leakage under the home button, but that's it. Sprint customer care finally sent me a new phone after the jackass manager at the store seemed to think that the "little bit" of screen raise was a non issue. WTF?!?!? It's a new phone. The problem has been progressing since I got the phone. I can't even imagine what it'd look like in another month when they kindly give me a refurb. Frankly, I'm still not totally happy about the light leakage but have since tossed a case on it anyways. So, for the millionth time and posterity, don't waste your time trading a phone in for only light leakage only. Nothing will change. HTC has a terrible QC process and/or don't consider light leakage enough of a issue to spend the time and money on eliminating it. Wait for further info from HTC actually fixing the problem and trade in then if that ever happens (unless you want to just change phones until you randomly get a good one, but may get the crappy screen in the process).