The screen on my aluminium Macbook (sans pro, thought I'd post it here due to it being classed as a Pro model now) is broken, see attached pictures and video. It's a late 2008 aluminium macbook, has been replaced through my insurance company and has been used as a docked desktop replacement type thing, works 100% perfect aside from the screen which is unusable. The question I put to your collective knowledge is this, can anyone suggest a causes for this problem? (by causes I mean what part of the screen assembly may be damaged rather than 'because you dropped it') And is there anyway/suggestions you guys can think up for fixing the screen with out replacing the entire part. The way I see it is the screen doesn't work at the moment and so I'm not against trying to fix it myself. Ideally I dont want to spend much if any money on this fix. Few more things to take into consideration, its outside of its warranty so thats not an option, screen will work (show clean desktop) when I gently bend it suggesting there may be hope yet. And finally a note on the last picture (file name P2180002.JPG), this is from a few months back when the problem first appeared, its progressed somewhat since then as the other pictures show. Also the sorry the video is short, I needed it to fit within the upload limits of macrumors.