ok, after pondering this over for a few days after recieving my wallstreet, I decided to go for it. plus, I just got a Dremel 300 for cristmas I wanted to break in. so, here is what I did:
1. popped open the display (no need to open any of the CPU componants.) to do this: remove the rubber stoppers, remove the 4 t-8 torx screws, and wedge her open carefully.
2. remove the paper/ metallic tape. most of it is preferated, and if it isnt, slice it with a knife.
3. sand off the white plastic layer of the apple logo. (from the inside.)
4. smooth out the plastic until it is clear (stick your fingers behind it, and if you can see them, your good.)
5. if the inverter cable (thick pink and white wires) are sticking up, put a bit of scotch tape on it to hol it in it's place.
6. re-assemble everything.
7. power on the beast, and enjoy.
note: this isnt as bright as the later models that offically support it, including all current PB/ibook modles. they must have some white LEDs to enhance it. hoewever, it IS there, kida sppoky.
how this works: simple: the backlight from the LCD is shining through the plastic apple logo (now clear). so, so long as the display is on, you have a light apple logo.
one more thing: the logo still looks white when the display is closed. on mine, the scrachedness of the dremel work gives it a swirly kinda look.
enjoy and happy holidays.