Well, among my many on-going projects (a couple are just about to wrap up) I've started a full restoration of my non-functional Lynx II I'd had around in boxes or my glass display case the last 20 years. The last three, at least cleaned up, and on display. While rummaging through the internet for Coco 2, Bally Astrocade and 7800 toys, three other on-going restoration or upgrade projects, I stumbled across the now decade or more old Lynx LCD screen and VGA out kit. The last time I looked into getting this kit, and other parts needed for a complete over-haul, hopefully curing any and all ills in one fell swoop, was about 6 or 7 years ago, either just prior too, or just after I joined Atari Sector where I met many of you. At that time it was about a $250 kit, so I declined on getting it as the Lynx is third favorite among my Atari systems, and about 6th or 7th over-all among computers, consoles and hand-held systems. But the price this time around was about $75! The other over-haul components I have on hand. I've dis-assembled it entirely, which is required for the installation of the new LCD screen anyway. I have started replacing motherboard components, but while the Lynx was apart anyway, I did a thorough cleaning inside and out, and used Rejuvenate surface restoration on the entire Lynx, including the plastic screen shield/protector as it works like auto head-light restoration products too, hiding years of scratches and abrasions to reveal the original clarity of the plastic screen. In the meantime I also printed up and 3D Lynx holder/stand and used my Testor's enamel model paints to paint the stand. I mixed an orange color to match as closely as possible by my failing eye sight, the Lynx's orange name and text. I mixed up so much yellow and red before I got it right that I had to paint most of the stand orange to use it up.