Steve B: I noticed that too, it´s funny when the deeply interested starts to discuss everyone else seems to "give up". However, the sky i completely clear here so I ceased the moment and grabbed some pictures of the outdoor screen. The screen when the sun i shining on the computer, but not straight on. The screen works perfectly well. When the sun shines straight on the screen. I tried cover the screen as little as possible with my shadow to get the absolutely worst condition as possible. I noticed that the reflected sun is smaller in reality than on the picture, which could be because of my cheap camera. But the screen does a very good job and keeps the sun as a single spot and not over the whole screen. My cellphone at the highest brightness. As you can see so became the phone useless because of the reflections from the sun and sky, but the computer is still very usable. To show how well the anti reflective layer works so did i take a picture like the first one, but with the cellphone beside. You can barely see the reflections on the computer screen while the cellphone clearly shows the reflection of me. Finally, the "light wave" problem. I have tilted the screen to the angle when the light shifts is halfway through the screen. As you can see so is the bottom half lighter than the upper half. My verdict. This is the most amazing screen I have ever encountered during harsh light conditions! I have been doing all this with the sun shining on the screen and it works like the first picture, like a charm! But the problem is the "light waves". Especially noticeable is when using the computer in portrait mode. But as you said, Steve B. If you accept the light waves so will you probably have among the best screens on the market.