Originally Posted by iatacs19
I can't say if I have any. I've made it a habit not to look for them.
Personally if you only have one dead pixel and no other issues I would just live with it. If you exchange it you might come out better, but you also might come out worse off.
Meaning what if you trade it in and your new set has no pixel issues but worse uniformity or Gorilla glass separating from the frame? You'll wish you had the old set.
People will probably give me grief for not suggesting that you strive for perfection, but I'm just suggesting you consider not allowing perfect to be the enemy of good.
Living room: Sony KDL-60NX720, Yamaha RX-V673, NHT Super One/Super Zero w/ NHT Ten Subwoofer, Panasonic DMP-BDT230 Blu-ray.
Man Cave: Samsung PN51F8500, Vizio S4251w-B4 Sound Bar, Sony BDP-S5100 Blu-ray.
Displays calibrated with HCFR, i1DisplayPro, and Colormunki Photo.