Hey Guys & Gals, I recently bought a PS Vita from my local Best Buy. Long story short, I ended up returning it as there was a pinkish hue/tint whenever I took a picture or recorded the video. The OLED display was flawless however - no vertical lines or black blotches. I went back to the store last week to get it exchanged and boy was that a mistake. My replacement had a TON of vertical lines. I could still see them even when I jacked the brightness all the way up and it was super noticeable in both dark and light backgrounds. I went back yesterday afternoon and exchanged it again and the vertical lines are present but only on the right hand of the screen. The left side of the screen is flawless lol. The vertical lines are very noticeable and distracting. Given that the backlight uniformity problem (vertical lines, blotches) is pretty common for many Vitas, should I try exchanging it one more time? I heard that one guy went through 7 Vita's before settling upon on one with little screen issues. For a $250 handheld this is pretty disappointing. You'd think that Sony would address this issue publicly but NOOOO. A Best Buy supervisor was also present when I made the exchange and he said that there are very little PS Vita returns and that he's never heard of customers complaining about screen issues. Guess I got unlucky with three Vitas? Thanks.