I know this is a horrific proposition, but it must be done. I have a 667Mhz DVI Powerbook with a broken screen. It took a long fall, but fortunately/unfortunately it landed on the screen, breaking both hinges and severing some of the wires. So now I have a perfectly functional PB with a broken screen that I've got hooked up to a Samsung LCD as a desktop machine. Problem is, the broken LCD is not only an eyesore, but it get in the way. So the question: does anyone know if I can just cut the wires that go from the body of the PB to the screen, or do I have to open up the PB and remove them in a more, *ahem*, scientific manner? I know people have done this because of exactly this situation, but I don't know any of those people.