The retinal condition in the patients described in our article is compatible and consistent with a diagnosis of congenital grouped retinal pigment epithelial spots. The 4 cases were characterized by bilateral, multiple, deeply situated, white-yellow fleck lesions with a panretinal distribution (fovea, posterior pole, peripapillary, equator, and periphery). However, the lesions in original reports of CGARPES tended to be white, spare the macula, and uniocular.1,2 On the other hand, our and more recent articles3,4 found those spots to be bilateral, affecting the macula and present with some yellow lesions, particularly in the posterior pole area. We hypothesize that yellow macular lesions could be explained by the increased amount of xanthophyll in these areas compared with the periphery, where the spots are white. Like in all reports of CGARPES, the lesions vary in size and configuration; however, we believe there is a color pattern: larger lesions tend to have heterogeneous coloration between the edge and the central part; smaller lesions tend to be more homogeneous.