Hey there folks! I was milling around a local electronics surplus store and ran across a lot of 12.1" Hannstar LCD screens. These screens were used in Toshiba laptops a few year ago. They were pulls from the factory because of minor cosmetic flaws. To my suprise, these screens were only $3.00 each!!! Next to this wonderful finding, was another container that has analog-to-digital LCD controller cards! Those too were only $3.00. The owner of Wacky Willys surplus said that all the screens and controllers worked, its just they were pulls because of cosmetic flaws. He said that some of the LCD screens may have a bad pixel on them, but otherwise work. The best thing is that the rejection notes from the factory were still in the bubble-wrapped anti-static bags listing just what was wrong with them. I picked up one that was labeled as having a minor swirl mark. Anywaaaays, I've now got my hands on a Hannstar HSD121PS11 CCFL backlit TFT SVGA color LCD screen and a TopVision LL015 analog-to-digital lcd controller card. Now my question is, how the heck do I get these things to work? Here are some pictures of the units themselves.... This is the controller card with close-ups of all the connectors. Anyone know if any of these connectors supply power for CCFL backlighting? And here are some pics of the LCD screen. The last 2 pictures show the data/power connector for the LCD and the CCFL wiring.