Several reviews of the new HTC EVO 4G mentioned that there was some slight light leakage coming from the bottom of the device, but now it seems things may be getting worse. There are several reports from EVO owners saying that the glass touchscreen is slowly starting to come apart from the rest of the device, causing more light leakage than normal. There's been no comment from HTC or Sprint on the matter, but some users have contacted the store that they puchased the device from and negotiated an exchange when the EVO is back in stock. In the mean time, there have been a few temporary fixes mentioned, but your mileage may vary with them. Users have suggested either tightening the two screws on the back of the device, using black caulk to cover the leakage, or simply pushing in the button that is leaking light. This is disappointing news for EVO owners, especially considering that the device has been difficult to find in stores since its release a little over a week ago. While the build quality is certain to improve over the life of the handset, early adopters are still going to be stuck with defective units. If your screen is becoming unstuck, it's probably worth calling the store where you purchased your EVO to see what they can do for you. Are any of you having issues with your EVO?