Okay, I'm going to be really careful here about how I present this, because I was attacked on another forum for just being "picky." Let me start by saying: I've had four Primes (yes, four) looking for one with acceptable quality. The issues have included broken haptic feedback, screens pulling away from the case, a rattle from some broken piece inside the unit, speaker crackling at higher volumes, etc., and were all legitimate reasons for rejecting each one. Sorry if I'm being defensive, but I'd really rather avoid the "you're just being picky" charge that will completely lose the purpose of my post. Which is: the two Primes I received in the last two weeks (BB and HH Gregg) have had a screen that is markedly different from the first two. These have a distinct yellow cast that shows up as whites being a dingy yellow. It's noticeable by itself, but certainly obvious when placed next to another Prime. Colors are also washed out, text isn't sharp, and in general the screen isn't nearly as good as the previous ones. What I'm trying to figure out is: did I get incredibly unlucky by getting two defective screens in a row? Or did ASUS source screens from a different manufacturer? Has anyone else noticed this on newer Primes? I have a Champagne unit with an open RMA, that has broken haptic feedback, a speaker that crackles at higher volume, a screen that's got some give on the right side (clicks when I hold it there), and a chemical stain on the back where some solvent or something leaked out of the camera and LED holes. But, I might still keep it if it represents a previous generation of screen, which is literally that much better than the screen on the newer one I have in my possession.