I feel this is a serious problem and I know there have been some threads about it here and there, but nobody really seems bothered enough by it to do anything about it, at least that I've seen. Has anyone returned or exchanged their phone because of this? I'm heading to the Sprint Store tomorrow before work to see what they suggest and if they can't help me, I'm taking it back to Radioshack to attempt to exchange it for a new phone. To me, it's inexcusable to pay this much for a phone and have such bad light leakage. Mine is VERY visible underneath the "home" and "search" buttons at the bottom of the phone, and slightly visible under the "menu" and "back" keys. I've noticed, as I'm sure others have, that you can press down on that area and it will temporarily cover up the light leakage, but that presents an even bigger problem to me. If you look closely when you press down, you can see that you're actually pressing down on on the black part of the screen, pushing it back into the phone to cover up the area it was designed to cover..which means, when you're not pressing down on that, the screen is sticking up in that area slightly higher than it should be..I can only chalk this up to poor design by HTC. It really irked me when I was showing my phone off to my iPhone-zombie brother and the FIRST thing he noticed was the light leakage at the bottom..totally killed the phone for him and even though the rest of it is awesome, he had trouble taking the phone seriously and I can't blame him. Fact is, having light leakage at the bottom like that makes the phone look CHEAP. I purchased the platinum Seido cover at Best Buy which covers up the leakage, but all in all I prefer to use the phone naked because it looks and feels better that way, but I simply can't do that in its current state. It's absolutely unacceptable to have such a correctable problem on such a high-end phone. Anyone else want to share their thoughts? Has anyone returned their phone because of this???