Recently purchased a AE200, it had to go back because it had a dead pixel (it came with a dead pixel check). It had a bright red pixel slightly off center that was very distracting. Im not sure if the replacement has a dead pixel or not. There is a pixel which is barely visible on black or white but has, when showing green or blue colours has what apears to be a "halo" of green light around it. When standing close up it doesnt look the same as the red one i had. The red pixel was a solid colour. This appears to be light around the pixel, but not the center of it itself. Im dubious about getting the unit "replaced" for another one, as im suspecting that the whole batch may have very minor flaws, and at the moment im happy with the unit on the whole and dont want to risk getting another unit which may have some other flaw. The pixel in question is about 4/5ths of the way from the top and probably 1/10th of the way in from the left hand side. Played a lot of Mario Karts over the weekend and less i looked for it it never distracted. Also watched dog soldiers and only once did I notice it, and I was probably looking for it. So is this a dead pixel? Do you think a unit that comes with a dead pixel check should be totaly flawless and I should request another unit untill one is delivered with a totaly clear screen?