So a few weeks ago I decided to do a little project since I came up on some money, and I wanted to share with you guys how to remove the lcd.. I bought a water damaged macbook unibody (originally purchased Jan. 29) from ebay for $550. After cleaning the logic board and the rest of the internal components, I reassembled it and put it back together and it booted up perfectly. But the only issue was that the backlight of the LCD did not light up, leading me to believe that it was a bad inverter board or the LEDs shorted out. Anyway, I tried one of my friends' top lids and it worked. My next dilemma was how to replace the LCD inside... since a replacement top lid cost $600 from ifixit/techrestore/missionrepair... I decided to take the plunge and remove the glass myself(without breaking it). Here it is, also a link to the youtube vid I made: video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYu40hH9JIg You need 2 things to get the glass off... 1. GPS suction cup (or any glass suction peripheral) 2. Thin Bendable Plastic, from misc. product packaging(in the video I used a xbox controller packaging plastic) First, you place the suction cup on the top left corner of the screen. Apply force by holding on to the metal lid part and pulling gently....do not pull too hard or it will crack.After tugging a few times, there will be a small opening. take the sharp plastic and slide it downward toward the hinges.. do the rest of the sides as the video instructs. To replace everything back together, You will need some Adhesive transfer tape. The specific one I ordered was this: http://www.drillspot.com/products/451216/3M_465_Adhesive_Transfer_Tape I ordered the LG Phillips LCD since it was cheaper...anyway, good luck to those who wanna try!