Hey guys, I have decided that I really must have a 20" Mac laptop, and I can't wait for Apple to release one. I figured I could buy a PowerBook 17" with a dead screen as the basis, then extend the lower body casing and have a new custom top piece constructed. I would also extend the monitor casing. This just leaves me with the issue of what monitor to use. I seem to recall Jobs saying, at the debut of the 17" PowerBook, that it used the same screen as the 17" iMac G4. I'm not sure if he meant the same panel, or the same entire assembly. Assuming it's the latter, that should mean that the connectors are the same between the 17" PowerBook and 17" iMac G4, correct? If so, it should be safe to assume that the connectors on the 20" iMac G4 and the connectors on the 17" iMac G4 screens are the same (because why would Apple spend more to get new logic boards for the 20" models, right?). So, my question is thus: Is it really the exact same assembly used in the 17" PBG4 and the 17" iMac G4, or is it just the same panel (which might imply a different inverter board or something else to that effect)? Perhaps if anyone could provide pinouts of the two displays, that might prove helpful? Thank you.