I also have a D2H, D2x, D300s and a D800. I've only heard of this happening with the D700. Unfortunately it hurts the resell value of the camera. Since the other cameras do not have this problem I do feel that Nikon needs to look into this and offer a free repair service like they did with my D2H's meter board. I sent my D2H in for this service and I'm of the opinion it shoud apply to the D700 too. When I got my D800 a couple of months ago I tried to sell the D700 locally and everyone commented on the milky screen and passed on the camera. I was willing to let it go for $1200 which is cheap because of the screen problem. The camera other than the screen is in near mint conditon. In the end I decided to live with it and use it as a backup to the D800.