So the other day I was given an iBook G4 by the Photographics teacher at my high-school who knows that I am into older technology. Having owned one in the past I jumped on the opportunity of having one again. However this time it is to be different... You see this particular iBook G4 has seen a life of abuse and was rescued by the teacher when the owner was going to throw it out (in to the trash, not the window - though we think it may have gone out of the window at some point!)After inspecting the damage I decided that rather then just restoring it stock I would do what I never dared to my first iBook and customize it and use it as a small lightweight laptop to take with me when I am doing my photography (Before you scorn, my main laptop is a 15" Powerbook - just about anything is smaller and lighter than that thing!) So far I have stripped the machine down and have noted extensive damage to the display assembly but the rest of the machine is in pretty good nick (except for being brown and covered in acrylic paint...)first thing is to clean and sand the case (and just clean the keyboard), the next step is where my difficulty lies - replacing the damaged display assembly. The magnesium display frame was shattered (!) and the LCD panel itself was dead (from being thrown out the window?). Short of spending hundreds of dollars (which I do not have thanks to investing in my photography) to buy a new display assembly is there any possibility of using the display assembly from a G3 iBook (might be able to call in a few favors on that one)? Taking it from there I plan on switching the key caps with those off an Aluminum Powerbook (already checked they fit - using my own Powerbook keys to test)and give the machine a custom paint job. Any help or advice you can give would be extremely helpful!