Recently I bought a 26pf9956 LCD TV from Philips and I noticed that after the screen has been switched on for about 20 30 minutes there is backlight bleeding in the lower left corner of the screen. Especially in dark scenes of a movie this is very noticeable and can be rather annoying. I contacted my dealer about this problem and I received a replacement screen, unfortunately this screen had the same backlight problems. (See attached images or www.streamium.info) At a Dutch home cinema discussion website I read there were many complaints about this screen, all related to white spots in the left lower corner of the screen. There seem to be problems with the production line of this screen, however Philips stated that backlight bleeding like this is very common for LCD televisions and goes together with the technology. Is this correct? Should I, and many other users of the 99pfxx series, accept this standard of quality or is the product just faulty? I have no experience with LCD TVs before. I am very disappointment in the backlight issues of this screen and I was wondering if other brands suffer from the same problems. Can someone help me out?