Having just bought a Z200 I was checking over my Z2 before putting it up for sale. From viewing distance nothing was visible, but up close I saw 3 isolated stuck pixels, two blue one green, randomly spread over the image .. no big deal, don't know if they were there when I got it, I'd not seen them before this inspection. However there was also a cluster of at least 2 and possibly 3 stuck blues towards the bottom edge. Like the others, they made no impact on the picture quality but I figured a cluster isn't good if I'm wanting to sell it and in any case I was told by the dealer I bought it from that a cluster of 3 is definitely outside Sanyo's 'spec'. So, I packaged it up and sent it off to Owl, Sanyo's distributor. Today, I spoke to one of their tech. guys who says he can find NO STUCK PIXELS at all ... zip, nada, nothing is wrong. He said he'd run a 'white raster' then black, plus other tests and seen nothing. They'd shown the projector to a Sanyo rep. who also saw nothing. I have no reason to think they're lying as if it is faulty then at worst case I'll get a third-party to swear to it and take it to court. Likewise I've no reason to lie either, especially as it cost me £35 to send it back which if it's faultless would be just flushing money down the drain. It's definitely the same machine, at least it's the same serial number as that I sent back. So, can anyone think of something in my system unconnected with the projector that could produce results which look like stuck pixels? Right now it's sitting in Owl's Returns Department apparently faultless and unless some more extended testing reveals anything I'll have no option but to accept it back .. which doesn't get me anywhere.