I have an August 2000 PowerBook (400MHz Pismo). I bought it brand new from the online Apple Store and has served me well up until a few months ago. I admit to accidentally dropping my PowerBook one night when I tripped over some cables and the PowerBook came crashing to the floor and the display opened fully. I looked at the screen and it was all messed up. There were lines across the screen and the computer was frozen of course (I was using OS X). The problem gets worse from here... Ever since then, whenever I try to boot the laptop the screen sometimes does not turn on. So I then have to force restart and move the display around a little until the screen fires up. When the computer is booted, if I move the display, I'll see lines go across the screen and then the computer will freeze. Sometimes the display will also get washed out where lines will go horizontally across the screen and the screen will get REALLY bright. I move the display a little further and the lines disappear but the computer is still frozen so I have to restart. I've been looking for replacement parts and I think I messed up the Video Data Cable as well as something called the Display Inverter PCB. I'm going to have an Apple Technician look at the PowerBook and see what they say. What do you think I should do?