Tranc3r wrote:!!! Do I need to resend this in?
If nothing else works, we'll arrange for a replacement, certainly. Unfortunately due to the storm damage nothing will be shipping in or out until at least the weekend, so if you'd like to try a few things in the interim, it might fix your screen and might provide answers for other users in the future...
From reading up on this sort of problem (it would occasionally crop up on some Nintendo DS units), one possibility is that humidity trapped behind the screen condenses when it's moved to a different temperature and pressure (are you on the east coast, by chance?) So waiting it out is one thing to try, albeit not very proactive or satisfying.
Putting the screen in a jar or a zip-loc baggie filled with dry, uncooked rice and leaving it there overnight may help draw out the moisture.
You could also try a hair dryer *on the lowest setting* and not too close, maybe 12 inches and *very gradually* work your way down to 6. The idea is to bring the screen slowly up to temperature and evaporate the droplet, not wanting to thermal shock the LCD.
If it's something like oil or flux that got behind the overlay during assembly, none of this is likely to work, and as I said we'll arrange for a replacement just as soon as that becomes possible.