I own an ASUS EP-121 - a few weeks into owning it light started to bleed through the LCD display near the center of the screen. I RMA'd the device and two weeks later received the repaired unit - the display would not turn on. I immediately packed the tablet back up and sent it back to the factory (Markham, Ontario) - two weeks later I received the repaired unit: there was noticeable yellow tinting along the left edge of the screen. Once again I RMA'd the device. I included a letter asking the repair department to take their time with the unit, really examine the replacement screen and check for blemishes before sending it back to me. I've just received it this last week and the replacement screen has a much lighter yellow tint on the left edge (I can live with that) and also 2 spots of white light bleeding through the LCD along the top edge. These spots of white light are only noticeable with a black background but then they are very noticeable. I watched a letterboxed movie last night and was somewhat distracted throughout - especially given the repair history I've gone through. I'm asking for advice. Is this the best I can reasonably hope for or is ASUS actually capable of sending me back a repaired device without blemishes? Sending it via RMA seems to produce random results and in the meantime I'm losing time - I bought this tablet for work and so far I've lost 6 weeks of opportunity while it's been in the factory or being shipped. What is the best course of action at this point and what can I reasonably expect from ASUS? Thanks in advance!