I have a severely dented 15' G4 that has suddenly developed an all-over screen flicker together with an bleached effect that sometimes makes it impossible to read. The screen itself has for a year or two now been held together with brackets of folded sheet-brass (they clamp like giant binder clips), because both side supports have broken near the hinge. (I've attached a photo of the brackets and the bleached screen, as well as a photo of one of the damaged side supports.) This new surprise is probably due to the laptop's having recently been transported in the same bag as a leaky water bottle. I turned the computer off and let it dry out overnight as soon as the screen started flickering, but I appear to be left with a permanent bleached screen (can't see yellows at all, black appears as light gray) and occasionally (thankfully temporarily) a super-bleached effect where only very thick black writing is legible. I am certain that this is my fault (either from dropping it too many times or from water damage or a combination of the two) but I'm wondering what exactly my options are for possible solutions. Replacing the LCD would be expensive, but a new computer even more so. Any advice (other than 'don't drop your computer') would be greatly appreciated.