Hi guys and gals, I am new to this forum so I hope I'm in the right place to get some tech advice from, what I hope are, experienced iPhone people. So, basically what happened: i dropped my iPhone 5 out of my pocket after which it was overrun by 3 cars (I saw it hopping around on the street everytime it was hit). Immediately afterwards I ran over to get it and picked up the phone. To my surprise it was still playing music through the speakers and I could see some colours - even the lock/unlock button on top still seemed to work! Nevertheless, the screen was smashed to such an extent that the screen seemed to by scrying out drops of glass. The light I saw coming off the screen was mostly provided by the backlight inside the screen instead of being actual colours. Once home, I removed the entire screen and threw it out. Also, I removed the glass that fell behind the screen into the phone itself. The frame of the iPhone itself seems to be okay, besides some dents (i had a case around the phone which protected most of the aluminium body itself). My question here is nothing complicated; does anybody have any idea (maybe through gathered knowledge or through own experience) what the chances are my iphone 5 will still work after I replace the screen? I'm asking this because I have no option of turning it on etc since the screen is completely useless. I decided to handle this job myself and have already ordered replacement parts (including a completely new screen including the backplate/homebutton etc). I hope to hear from any of you iPhone 5 users out there! ps. I attached a photo of my beloved iPhone to show the extent of the damage (this photo was taken AFTER I took some of the glass out and the homebutton fell out after which I decided it was better to take the whole thing out at once instead of picking at it).