I got my SP3 on launch day and so far I've been pleased with every aspect of it expect that the screen gives me an unbearable eye strain after only 15 minutes of use. I began to feel the eye strain right after taking it out of the box and starting to use it. I did some research and arrived at this awesome post: http://www.surfaceforums.net/forum/microsoft-surface-pro-2/8731-surface-pro-pro-2-eye-strain.html Basically it says that the cause of eye strain is a cheap technology used to dim the screen. Check the original post for more details. So the fix is simple, push brightness all the way up to max. And it worked like a charm. I get no eye strain whatsoever from then on. I've had no problem with my desktop monitor or my first gen iPad. It really pisses me off that M$ continues to use this cheap PWM technology for such a high-end device. And this is partly because this issue was not taken seriously enough. This can really cause some health issues if you're not careful. And at the very least, it can make you very uncomfortable. We need to spread the word so future buyers can be informed that if they are going to use their SP3, they'd have to use it with max brightness, or they may very likely get eye strain. From now on my battery life is going to suffer, and it must be a pain in the ass to have something so bright to use in a dark room. But health is first. I can't risk getting my eyes damaged by a cheap ass screen.