Check this out. . . Diy cintiq from hp tc4200 - YouTube There has apparently been a lot of research done over the last few years to make this both possible and quite affordable, but nobody, as far as I can see, has put together a comprehensive how-to instruction FAQ on how to perform this operation yourself, especially for the less technically knowledgeable among us. I hope somebody does this. It'd be so cool to be able to hack an old Tecra M4 screen into something I can plug into any laptop. It can be done, but the process is complicated and requires a lot of reading through the Bongofish forums. Still, it looks like a really cool project!