I'm on the verge of buying a Haswell Macbook Air, but the last thing stopping me from pulling the trigger is the screen. I know it's a TN panel which runs at 1440x900. On paper, that sounds bad to me. Ideally I would like an IPS at 1920x1080, but obviously Apple don't do that. So is it actually decent or what? Better than it sounds on paper? I had a look into the Macbook Pro with retina display, but - and I might be the only one who thinks this - but I don't see the point when you effectively only get a resolution of 1280x800. Yeah it's 'clearer' but you don't get anymore screen real estate to work with, which is why I'm interested in the higher resolution to begin with. In fact, the MBA, despite being non-retina, gives you more room in that regard (and way better battery life to boot)!