By request, I put together a quick guide with pictures for removing the screen from a T730. Here goes: Remove the batteries, 'air filter', and 5 screws from the bottom. Remove the plate over the HD & fan (top of pic) by sliding to the left and lifting up. Remove the memory cover by lifting up the left side. Remove the LCD cable cover by sliding to the right and lifting up. Unplug the gray & black antenna wires from the WLAN card (top of pic). These wires sit under notches running down to the bottom-middle of the pic, just unravel them. Unplug the LCD/Digitizer/other connections (2 plugs) from the motherboard (bottom of pic). Flip notebook right-side-up, and turn the screen a few degrees to access these plastic screw covers. Just lift up from the notch in the back to lift them off, and remove the screws. The picture shows the one on the left, there is an identical one on the right side. (lousy picture of one with cover & screw removed) Once the screws are removed, lift up the front of the black plastic strip over the keys (be careful not to knock off any keys on your top row) and pull towards yourself to lift it off. Be very careful on this step and especially on the next, as the plastic strips are quite flimsy. The picture above was taken after the front strip was removed. Remove the back strip by lifting directly up and pulling it away from the back of the computer. Mine kept getting stuck where I have the screwdriver pointing, due to a small circuit board and clip. Sliding the small flat-head screwdriver in there was enough to release the clip. I found having the screen perpendicular to the base, rotated half-way, was the easiest way to remove this. Note the 'chrome' piece right by the hinge. You should be able to remove this in one piece with the black plastic strip, although they are two separate parts. If the chrome piece comes off the black strip, put it back on before trying to re-assemble this part. This little guy gave me a hell of a time when re-assembling the first time, because there is very little holding it in place. It has a hole on the left that a small piece of plastic sticks through, and it is supposed to sit under a clip on the right-top. I put a small piece of scotch tape underneath it to hold it in place during re-assembly. Remove the stupid piece of metal (red box). Remove 1 screw, and lift off the circuit-board attached to the keyboard (orange box). Remove the keyboard. This cable runs right over the screen hinge. You could probably remove it without unplugging the cable, but it seems easier just to unplug it. Anyway, unplug it on the left and fold it to the right, out of the way. Remove two top screws holding the hinge in. Remove the two screws from the back of the computer. It should be loose now, just lift the screen off the base, carefully feed the wires through the access-hole, and you are done. Do everything backwards to re-assemble.