I just picked up a 13" Retina MacBook Pro 2012 for the bargain basement price of $125. Of course there's a catch - the screen is broken and one USB port is flaky. But it works great as a Mac mini - in fact I'm making this post with it. Given the price point, I'm content to use it as a Mini, but I'd like to get the screen fixed if it's economically feasible. Looking around the interwebs it seems that the screen is no longer in production, which means I (or my chosen repair facility) would have to use a used display. Anyone have any recommendations on sourcing parts or a facility that can do the repair at a reasonable price? I've looked at iFixit's repair guide and it seems like a pretty fiddly repair, so I'd probably prefer to have someone else do it. That of course will increase the cost, perhaps to the point where I might as well buy a whole new laptop. What can I expect to pay for a new screen plus labor?