Seems like everyone else is doing a project log on bit-tech. I might as well join the fun. This should be a fairly easy build but with any luck it will turn into a nightmare. I like it like that. Lots of twists and turns with unseen problems to solve is what this is all about to me. The idea behind this project is to build a digital picture frame that has a built-in PC to give it a little more capability than just a plain off-the-shelf digi-frame. Of course it will be encased in something different. Those of you who know my work will guess correctly that it will be made of wood and be retro-styled...something art deco maybe? Here we go.... Here is the screen I'm using. It is a 11.3 inch LCD with a 800x600 native resolution. I bought a new Starvision rooftop-mounted video screen and gutted it. I chose this screen primarily because the OSD controls are located on the upper portion of the unit instead of mounted next to the screen as most of these are. Reason: It must have a long cable to reach that far away. I will use this length to mount the control panel wherever I want to. I was afraid that controls mounted next to the screen would have a very short cable. This is the screen's backside. The black ribbon cable is for the OSD control panel. The round black cable carries video, audio and power which is 12VDC being that this is an automotive accessory. The control panel and the wiring harness. There will be some splicing going on with that harness. The control panel has, in addition to the OSD controls, an IR receiver for a remote control, a radio transmitter for the audio signal (plays thru the car's stereo), flashy, blinky LEDs and a couple of dome lights with switch. I'll only be using the OSD controls. Much more to come. Now where's my Dremel?