Where to find review of display on MacBook Pro Retina?

Could anyone direct me to a professional review of MacBook Pro Retina _display_?

I am emphasizing display itself.

I am seeking for a professional review with data from display measuring tools.
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This is an older article, but perhaps it will help? It has a link to a few blog posts that I think go into the detail you want. http://www.zdnet.com/sizing-up-the-retina-display-with-professional-photography-color-calibration-7000000089/ To be clear, the link itself doesn't have that level of detail, but it seemed the best way to send you the blog post links.
mrmutAuthor Commented:
Thanks, read those, especially Tobies review, however I couldn't find the data I need.

The most important is the dynamic range, and black and wite point brightness levels.

Have you seen this one?  http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Apple-MacBook-Pro-15-Retina-2-3-GHz-Mid-2012.78959.0.html

The problem with google these days is that you have to be more exact since SEOs have pushed certain types of results up and popular sites and blogs keep getting relinked even if they have less complete information.  Google's results are all about "popularity" instead of accuracy, truth or completeness.

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mrmutAuthor Commented:
Thanks! :_)

Re Google - I am phasing out use of their services completely. Check Duck Duck Go
When I said google, I meant search engines in general.  They've all been polluted by SEOs and blogs.  ixquick is another one I use regularly for most of my searches.  I started using Google when it was still at Stanford, back around 1997 or 1998.  But I stopped using them as a default around 2006 when the non tracking alternatives showed up.  I still use google, but I purge their cookies frequently and use several different browsers to segregate my searches some from accounts I still have with them.
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