I have a mid-2007 15.4″ MBP 3,1 Santa Rosa A1226 (2.2GHz, 2GB RAM, 160GB HDD) and the internal display has stopped working (shows blue all the time, I tried replacing the LVDS cable, nothing changed.) It still handles video-out to an external display just fine, so I believe the integrated graphics chip is functional (it had previously received an out-of-warranty free motherboard replacement after the original GPU failed.) I am looking to replace the internal display, and I want to know how to find a screen that is compatible. In particular, Im trying to find out what spec to look for in the connector so it will be compatible, and whether Ill need a different LVDS cable. I want a 1920×1200 screen (preferably IPS, as the original 1440×900 screen is), and ideally it should work with the LED backlight on the laptop. Do you know what display spec to look for that will ensure connectivity with my A1226 Santa Rosa 15.4″ MBP? Or do you know some good 1920×1200 displays that will work? Thanks in advance, Id really like to get this working as a laptop again, because right now its relegated to deskbound duty. For what its worth, the LVDS cable for my machine is here (click the Santa Rosa radio button), Apple Part # 922-7197, Manufacturer Part # 593-0204, UPC 610708414339, SKU GS55071. Does it conform to some standard spec at one or both ends, and if so how do I find other displays that accept the connector?