As an addendum, to reply specifically to a few others, I will probably have to tear out the white insulation, and install the other two walls and paint them the same. It's a money thing right now. But it's the only logical solution. I programmed for almost 20 years in C/C++ writing code (80's and 90's) for GUI's and MMI's for my work, and never had this issue. I can't remember (that's a whole different problem) what the colors were in my Borland text editor. But they weren't this blazing, multi-color layout I have now. I also used a product called "NotePad", I believe, that automatically ID's different programming languages, but displays multiple soft colored text and backgrounds of the users choosing. I'm sure I didn't use the sharp resolution that they have now on my single monitor back then. I thought a higher resolution was supposed to be better, but apparently, not for your eyes. V3CGA - You bring up a point I've long forgotten. The old CGA screens. Low resolution isn't good either, I've had the same experience. I will admit my eyes would get sore staring at a screen for hours, but I don't think it was the same thing. I don't think it was a Blue light issue. I'm not a scientist, but our eyes don't get along well with computer screens for varying reasons for long periods of time. I subscribe to Scientific American, and I know the scientific community is taking this issue seriously, especially the long term impact on todays's youth. I've seen some articles on it.