So, for anyone who has an SB2 15", a somewhat obscure (and maybe really picky) question... On the Surface Pro, Microsoft implemented the same sort of enhanced display modes as I understand are present on the SB2. Namely, they implemented two new ICC color profiles, sRGB and Enhanced, and selecting either of those changed not just the colors but the contrast as well. When I was looking at that machine, I noticed that the display's whites were affected, such that it didn't have the same "pure white" and high black/white contrast as on my SP4. It was most noticeable when looking at Chrome, where the gray tab background wasn't as discernable from the white address field with either of the new ICC profiles enabled. If I ran the Windows calibration tool, without actually changing anything, the whites shifted and it looked the same to me as my SP4. Funny enough, my wife actually preferred the Surface Pro's coloring versus the SP4's, demonstrating that maybe I'm an outlier here. What I'm wondering is if Microsoft fixed/adjusted this and if the same effect exists with the SB2 15".