I would like to hook up a 10.4" XGA LCD screen to a Macbook. Yes, I understand the physical differences. The case I wish to put this in has physical limitations. There is the possibility of using an external monitor, but I would like to avoid that for the time being. There have been some guides on here on putting much higher resolution screens into Macbook/Pro systems. I would like to go the other way. So I know that the video card will support the monitor. What I don't have a handle on is the boot sequence. Will the EFI (correct?) support this, or will I need an external display to see the boot process? These are datasheets on a couple of LCDs in from what I believe are Macbooks. http://beyondinfinite.com/lcd/Library/Auo/B133EW01_V3.pdf http://beyondinfinite.com/lcd/Library/LG-Philips/LP133WX1-TLA1.pdf This is the screen I'm currently interested in using. http://www.optrex.com/SiteImages/PartList/SPEC/T-55225D104J-FW-AAN-070223-web.pdf The pins don't match up exactly, but they all appear to be there. Can anybody with experience messing with LVDS signals confirm/deny that these should work? If not, are there any 10.4" XGA screens with datasheets around? I found pchub.com which lists some pulls, but I have not had luck finding the datasheets for the ones they have in stock. Thanks.