I just installed 1000 bullets in a beer sign I am doing. After I fired it up, I am a little disappointed that the colors don't blend really well and when showing full-on white, each pixel has a green, blue, or red tint visible depending on its rotation in the mount. It get's a lot more pronounced if I have a collor mix like 0xFFFF80, where it really looks like two different colors of pixels. Did I just buy the wrong kind (I picked one of the cheapest on ebay), or is this typical of bullets? I have only used them once before, and that was for a model train display where they were either pure red or green. The sign is typically viewed from 10 to 12 feet, and the pixels are only about 1" apart so I think this effect is probably much more noticable than on a typical outdoor display where the pixels are spaced further apart and viewed from a greater distance. I could get rid of the two-color effect I think by remounting the pixels and paying attention that they all have the same rotation, but it would still be nicer if the colors blended better. Is there a brand I could replace them with that would be better?