Yup. Bought the parts and converted it myself. As the title implies it took around 3 hours. Mainly because I was chatting to my GF whilst doing it haha! It almost ended as soon as it started. I don't know if many of you know but when you slide the back cover off your greeted with the battery. First stage is to remove that battery, which is glued in. You have a plastic tab which you pull to loosen it, similar to fitting RAM in a iMac. But there was so much glue the tab pulled clean off in my hands. I had to use a opening tool to prise the battery out. The only other tricky part I was met with was screwing the LCD and glass to the frame. You remove 10 screws to detach it, 6 of them have washers. The screws are tiny and fitting them back with the washer was tricky, you need nimble fingers. Any questions, feel free to ask. It all works fine btw.