How easy is it to disassemble a Dash? I have never seen one in person. It might be fun to mod the case. I guess I should finish my last Chumby one first...
It's a bit fiddly, the screws are hidden, two behind the serial number sticker, and two at the top of the back, behind the huge shiny sticker, (which I didn't realize was a sticker at first) up at the top corners behind the grill.
Then there are a couple fairly short ribbon cables connecting the digitizer and display to the board, and a wire or two.
Be careful with the ribbon cable connectors on the board, they are different types, one's what I consider the standard with the little lip that flips up over the cable, and the other is a type I hadn't seen before, at least in my dash... and I broke it. It sat on my workbench in pieces for a year or so, because I just wasn't that interested, since it was all closed up tight by Sony...
When Duane decided to rescue the Dashes, I set about re-assembling it, some work with tweezers in both hands, and a couple dabs of Bondic(tm) and it was working again.
Just be careful and very gentle with the ribbon connectors.
Cleaning up any loose bits and bytes.