The screen on my old G3 iBook died a few weeks back. The computer itself works great still, but the backlight on the screen is just gone, rendering it useless. I've been toying with an oddball idea but it requires removing the screen completely and running the iBook headless. Is anyone out there doing that? If so, any pointers on how to remove the screen without killing the rest of the computer would be appreciated. I thought it might be interesting to see if I could remove the LCD then set the machine to log in automatically and launch iTunes at startup playing from the playlist at random. I could move over a ton of songs and hook the computer up to the stereo and use it as a jukebox. It would be dead simple to operate. Press the power button and it boots up, logs in, launches iTunes and starts playing. You can use the space bar to pause it. Use the arrow keys to skip to the next track. To power off, you hit the power button and then hit return which forces iTunes to quit and the machine to power down. No screen required. I know that can be done, but the screen removal part is the only part I'm not sure about.