Hi guys - i've been a long time browser (great forum/resource) first post. The main Crux So my first question is – is it possible to get a SAMSUNG UE40D5520R without any flashlighting in any of the corners? So far I've had two and both had problems in the top right of thescreen. Additional: Below are pics which are examples of the problem i have/had (borrowed from other forum member's images) but my clouding and spotlighting wasn't as bad as these examples on a purley black screen as i needed a partial image in the centre of the screen to exacerbate the anomoly: Brief back story: 3 weeks ago I bought my first SAMSUNG UE40D5520R for our bedroom and deliberately opted for this particular TV because of its weight (as it will eventually hang on a stud wall and weight is an issue)its features and its great reviews. The picture was great, and the added smart features are better than my Samsung 654C downstairs (which I love). However, as soon as it became dark itbecame apparent that it suffered from a 2 inch flashlight bleed in the top right corner and moderate bleed/clouding in the centre of the screen. Both of these are not visible during daylight viewing but as soon as it becomes dark the problem becomes evident especially in dark scenes (even with side lamps on). The central clouding/bleeding not so much but the torch light was noticeable to varying degrees in low lit pictures. As already mentioned this has been bought specifically for our bedroom so all the viewing is done at night… :/ So after a lengthy debate with Comet about ‘fit for purpose' and the fact that the box doesn't advertise – ‘comes with added torchlight and clouding' – we got a refund. So we promptly drove to Currys and were informed about their hassle free returns policy and so asked them to pick out abox that was the least battered. Loaded it into the car and noted from the label that this model was also manufactured in Slovakia and prepared myself for disappointment (ever the optimist.) And as it turns out I wasn't to be disappointed – as soon as it began to go dark I noticed exactly the same problem. The top right hand corner has a 2 inch flashlight bleed and bleeding/clouding emanating from the top of the screen into the middle (Could have been the same TV apart from the colours aren't as vibrant on this set.) As mentioned before I don't mind the clouding as that dissipates with any image but the corner flashlight catches the eye in dark scenes – so it looks like I'll be returning this screen too. However, I'm going to give it a chance over the next couple of days and play around with screen settings again. I'll also loosen the rear case screws a half turn around the affected areas as this helped get rid of the slight left flashlight on the first screen (or it just died away naturally and the loosening of the screw was coincidence). Additional info for the really initiated in the internal gubbins of edge lit leds: I work with computers as a hobby – build them, troubleshoot, strip them down etc and have also taken apart a few monitors in my time. As a result I'm really tempted to take the rear panel clean off (it's a simple process) and then try loosening the 'actual' screen panel screw (a quarter turn) in the affected area - as part of me feels that it's a pressure problem as its directly where the screw holds the inner panel in place in that corner. It looks as if the problem is caused by the rear part of the screen being pressed to hard against the 'surface screen' (if that makes any sense). For example if you press an led screen with your finger you'll see a smear of light - so i think (and admit I'm guessing here) that it might be a similar issue as it's exactly where the inner screw is located on the inner panel (seen online pics of internals). Anyone in the know please feel free blow this theory out of the water as I can then stop giving it sideways glances with my trusty Philips in my hand… Any advice, personal experiences greatly appreciated - especially those of you who have uniform screens which is all i'm after. Actually slight clouding wouldn't bother me - it's the flashlight effect in one corner that is my major niggle.