I couldn't do it anymore. Looking at my shiny new $3000 laptop and the screen that I look at 99% of the time was ahh killing me so softly. The horizontal striping line debacle is a real issue for my eyes and to many others. Dell is in the midst of addressing the issue but I couldn't wait any longer and took it upon myself and bought my own screen. UPDATE: AUO B173ZAN01.2 UHD is now available with GSYNC enabled. Panel available in matte or glossy. AUO B173QTN01.4 QHD is now available without any line issues. AUO B173ZAN01 IPS UHD One of the best displays on the market. Quoted from one of the reviews "Not only does the screen cover all the sRGB colors but it scores 100% on the Adobe RGB space as well. In fact, the panel covers a good number of the DCI-P3 and it’s pretty close to Pointer’s Gamut meaning it can reproduce almost all of the natural occurring colors around us." Check one of the reviews here....http://laptopmedia.com/review/acer-...nd-advanced-successor-of-the-predator-lineup/ Specs Here....http://laptopmedia.com/screen/auo-b173zan01-0/ Bought it on Ebay for $89 shipped from China. But it feels like its worth a $1000 bucks in my eyes So lets start by pulling the LCD bezel apart. There are two tape strips both on top and bottom of the bezel. Just dig your fingernail under one of the corners and give it a nice tug until it start unclipping itself. Work your way around the LCD until the whole thing come apart. Lets take out all 6 screws. The two lower ones will release the Alienware Light strip. Don't worry about the lcd falling on you after you unscrewed them. The LCD is magnetize to the back cover. Now lets lower the LCD face down. Always good to rest it on something soft like a piece cloth. Watch out for the LCD cable.. Take out the 40 pin cable and you're done! Work in reverse to put everything back together. About a 30 minute job. The results are in. It is a huge difference coming from the broken QHD to the UHD display. Its really night and day difference and I couldn't be happier. One look and you know the colors are better in every way. The images are much sharper, the contrast and brightness are a tad better and so is the viewing angle being an IPS display. But the whole idea behind doing this was to no more staring at the darn Horizontal striping filth. Before with QHD display(Warning: if you're viewing this on QHD display then you may not see the difference) And now awe....The new UHD display. No more line issues!