I've had problems with my 1 year old, 19" Pixie monitor and Pixie finally decided to give me a new replacement. I just received it in the mail and I was surprised that this one was a flat screen. One thing I noticed immediately is that when the monitor is off, so I can see my reflection on the glass, I see a double reflection of myself and it's magnified. I didn't think much of it and figured that's how all flat screen monitors are. Tonight I noticed that everything displayed on screen has a reflection just behind the layer where the phosphor layer is. At first I thought it was the electron gun not able to create a sharp image and was creating this fuzzy haze along borders. With careful investigation I noticed it was because the images were being reflected off the glass layer nearest me and bounced back to the inner glass. It's clearly evident when viewed with a black background. Has anyone else noticed this problem with their flat screen monitors? One thing I learned from my investigation is that, monitors and televisions generally have rounded screen because the tube is a vacuum. In order to keep the tube from imploding you make the walls of the tube rounded, like an arc of a bridge. Flat screen monitors are really rounded; only they're rounded in the inside.