So, still on my meandering quest to out-fox Wacom and still get a more powerfully run wacom experience with a bigger onscreen painting area. I've seen that the M4's are these gigantic 14.1" 4:3 screens- basically the size of the entire body of my sweet little 12.1" x200t!! Not HUGE, but the screen dimensions look to be just as big as a normal 8.5 x 11. A nice improvement. Plus, the res is pretty good-- 1400 x 1050. !! Cool, ok, but (IMO) the cpu and fan is cr*p- or atleast very tempermental. I was thinking, is there a relatively easy way to just get one of these and use it basically ONLY as the screen/wacom input-- letting a more powerful desktop with a better fan run the unit? The M4's come pretty cheap (200-300$ on ebay), and perhaps even cheaper if it had no cpu or battery, etc. I could probably cobble together a Frankenstein desktop from parts a computer-geek friend of mine has for less than 100$. I've got a relatively nice 22" lcd for a second monitor, etc. I guess I can't leave good enough alone, and keep pondering if I could have an "office" setup with a more powerful computer, 2nd screen for palettes and reference material, bigger wacom tablet, etc. and my awesomely mobile x200t for when I'm in the field or can't retire to the office to work. Can this be done? I've read a little about DIY Cintiqs, and it seemed (frankly) perhaps more work than it was worth. It seemed like it might be easier to do this kind of mod if you've basically already got the wacom digitizer and lcd screen together the way you do on a tablet pc? I'm really looking for the potential of more power (as I'm working on bigger canvases), and a bigger drawing area. Better pressure sensitivity would be cool, but as I've never experienced it, I'm not sure it's a luxury I'm willing to pay for yet. So, for now, 500 levels is fine, until having more somehow becomes a viable option that I haven't figured out yet. Looking for some input from those who have tread this water before.