so, I've got my hands on a used HP nc6400 laptop. this thing comes with a WXGA 14.1" LCD that supports up to 1280 x 800 resolution. I see in their datasheets that an option was a WXGA+ 14.1" screen that supports 1440 x 900. Im wanting to switch the screen and any other necessary parts to slap this LCD in the laptop and get support for the higher resolution. HP's customer support is utter garbage. I called them up and they can't offer any support about anything useful. Has anybody tried this? and if so, did it work? and what all was needed? I searched google and all i see is people asking the same question, but nobody ever says if they were successful, or even ended up trying the swap. If anybody actually owns a laptop with this screen ( HP part #418907-001 ), would you be willing to open your laptop and take some pictures and provide info so i can compare it against what i already have? I dont care about the costs ( as long as it doent involve me buying a screen and not being able to use it ). And I dont care if your opinion is that the benefit is not worth the costs or effort. I just want to know if it will work. Im not afraid of opening the laptop up and soldering some wires and drimmeling away some plastic. I got the laptop for the sole purpose of haxxoring up.