I dropped my iBook today. Slipped out of the 15$ case I had bought for it, fell 2 feet onto carpet. It must have hit at a weird angle because the screen is absolutely useless now. Luckily, I have a spare monitor set up, but it took me forever to be able to do anything because I have the screen spanning hack installed. After a few cmd-tabs, cmd-n's, and trying to catch and drag unseen windows on to the external monitor, I got things switched to mirroring and am able to use the iBook. But the screen looks like a total loss. I'm now backing things up to an external drive, which I luckily just bought today. Has anyone had any experience replacing one of these? Is it worth it? I've heard prices as low as $200 for a do it yourself job and as high as $1000 to ask Apple. For the record, I've got an iBook G4 800. Paid just under $2000 Canadian with an edu discount right when it came out. How hard is it to replace the screen if I were to try? Is it time to buy a new (or used) computer?