Nexus 7 (2013) Dead Pixel - Send it back?
So, I just got a brand spanking new Nexus 7 and noticed a dead pixel in the top middle/right side of the screen. It's really only visible on light backgrounds (things like Pandora, Play Store, light webpages, etc.) - and I can't decide if this is something worth sending the tablet back for. I purchased it from a company's eBay store, so I'd rather not deal with shipping back to them. I also doubt they'd even accept it - they'll probably send me to Asus.
Having said that, there's a few options, I think:
1. Send the tablet back to Asus for repair. This will take a couple weeks and I have no idea the type of quality control they're going to have. Is my tablet going to be returned with a display that has more dead pixels or light bleed, etc.? Is the back going to get all scratched up? How do I know that this repair will leave me with a perfect display?
2. Live with it. It's not terrible - but as mentioned, definitely noticeable on light backgrounds. I think my OCD might constantly bring my eyes to it, but I might learn to live with it.
3. Go to a local store, buy another Nexus 7, then return the defective one to the store. Obviously I'd tell them it's defective so that someone else wouldn't end up with it. Not sure if this would even work, also not sure if this is even legal.
So what are your thoughts? Is one dead pixel not that bad? Should I give it a few days and see if I can learn to live with it before making my decision? Asus has already issued an RMA to send it back, so it's under warranty for the next 12 months.