I recently came up with the idea of an app that would "fix" backlight bleeding, clouding etc for LCD monitors. I was going to post the idea here and then I read about DimScreen and DimSaver and I thought "yes! perhaps my idea is doable".
Anyhow, this is my concept:
anti clouding / backlight bleed app:
A click-through, translucent layer sitting on top of all desktop windows, all the time. You can load an image file into the app and then choose the transparency rate of the image. This will then act as a software-based countermeasure for LCD screens suffering from clouding or backlight bleeding.
The way the images work is that you create an image with the same dimensions as your monitor, and then, if you notice half your monitor is slightly green-tinted, you color that part of the image with the hue of your choice. Then once you've loaded the image into the app, you choose the transparency rate to match your monitor's needs.
Obviously this probably won't work for videogames or full screen movies, but those aren't as important since bleeding and clouding isn't as noticeable with moving pictures. Now seeing as both DimSaver and DimScreen exist (not to mention White.ahk!), it shouldn't be too hard to make this app a reality ^_^
Sounds like a pretty neat idea, don't it?