In my continuing struggle to spend 5 grand on snazzy new LCDs (funny how it's easier to short 10 ES than buy 6 new monitors), I have one last and final question. How many bad pixels do you find on an average, high end LCD? See, I can buy them locally for about $200 more, vs. OL. Please don't get into discussions about Best Buy and pricematching, just assume for the purposes of this question that this fact is absolute. I don't mind doing a few trips back to the store, and being a major PITA to the managers to get 6 perfect monitors (unless it's virtually impossible), so if say half the LCDs have bad pixels, I'd rather just buy local so I can avoid all the returns by mail (and paid for by me). On the other hand, if the bad pixel rate is something like 10% (meaning 10% of LCD monitors have one or more defective pixel), then I'd probably only get one bad monitor OL, so that wouldn't be too bad to ship back and get a new one.