Hey guys, So I have a DS Lite... it's not that old, but it's got a cracked hinge. Instead of paying for a new shell, I figured I could just take a tri-wing, open it up, and superglue the hinge back where it's supposed to go. So I tried this... opened it up successfully (the only issue I had was that I accidentally "disassembled" the right shoulder button in the process... always fun to see a spring/metal rod fly through the air; thank God I found them in the carpet), and superglued it like I was going to do. This is the right hinge, by the way. So, I reassemble it to the point where I have to screw the two long screws into the LED casing thing... then I try to move the hinge up and down. The instant I do that, SNAP... the plastic around the hinge goes flying off, breaking the superglue. I've tried this twice now, and both times I left it for at least an hour for the superglue to harden... this is really frustrating. Is this the hinge itself? Am I putting it on backwards? How do I know if I'm putting the hinge in backwards? Thanks for any help. EDIT: Also, are there any places on the Internet that sell JUST the top shell (the inner part of it, the part that houses the hinge)? I'd rather not pay a big amount of cash for something I won't end up using.