Hi all, This is more a curiosity question than anything. My 1.25 ghz aluminum powerbook is starting to show the dreaded 'white spots' on the LCD again. The LCD has already been replaced once for this under the recall. The machine is still covered under applecare, so I'm expecting that they'll replace it again. What I'm curious about, and concerned about, is this happening again after the warranty expires. And this has gotten me wondering how I could be sure that I was getting a newer panel that wasn't susceptible to these, or what my options might be if I have to replace it again on my own in the future. In either case, what I'm curious about is if these 'older' G4 powerbooks are compatible with the higher resolution powerbook displays that came with the last revision of the G4 powerbooks. This machine still pretty much covers my needs, and will for some time yet I expect. The only thing I'd improve on would be the LCD. If I could upgrade to the higher resolution one, either by paying for it myself or convincing Apple to do it, I'd likely keep this machine for a long time. Does anyone know if this is possible, or are the casings different? Thanks.