There's a photo gallery of screen shots of Neal on get-away semitropical island included at the bottom of the season 4 premiere episode recap -- i.e. spoilers. (I was happy to read the spoilers as I won't see season 4 until it comes out next year on dvd, and I am one of those that spoilers don't spoil her fun, because, among other reasons, what others focus on generally turns out not to be what's significant from my perspective.)
So don't go there if you want not spoilers. But you can scroll right down to the bottom to click on Photo Gallery without being spoiled, except aesthetically. We all deserve aesthetic spoiling. White Collar manages to be exciting, sexy. fun and even romantic, without a hint of creepiness, sleaze or stupification. This may be because White Collar's underlying light-heartedness ultimately knits together the various episodes over a season, accompanied by the show's focus on the loyalties and affections that bind the various characters from primaries to secondaries.
Upon reflection, that latter may really be it. The camera and writers seem equally to be part of the loyalty and affection, from whence comes respect, as necessary in a light entertainment as in a somber one. Most entertainment folks don't respect themselves, much less each other, so they don't respect the audience or their on-screen figures -- and the audience doesn't respect itself -- thus the degradation, humiliation and psychic violation of us all, so prevalent these days in all types of entertainments. I don't know certainly, of course.