I have a iMac G4 17" flat screen with a bad logicboard that is in great condition. I was wanting to mate a Intel Mac Mini with this iMac. I think that it would be possible to place the Mac Mini inside of the iMac dome, leaving the outside untouched. I would like to use the iMac Superdrive and harddrive, both of which would be powered by the iMac power supply. The USB/Firewire/Audio connections could be worked out with some short cable extensions. But the big question is how do I connect the iMac display wiring to the Mac Mini DVI/VGA monitor port. If I knew what each of the wires from the display and the pins on the connector were for, then I could come up with a jumper of some type. I believe that logicboard of the Mac Mini will easily fit in the place of the iMac logicboard with the proper bracket. And there may even be room for the Mini's power brick inside. I like the design of the iMac, but with what it would cost to replace the bad logicboard, I though it would make more sence to update with the new Mini. I need to know if this can be done, and be dependable, before buying the Mini. Thanks.