Edit: I'm terribly sorry, I appear to have posted this in the Pyra forum. My apologies for the inconvenience. Could a moderator move this to the actual Pandora forum? Hey there. So my original Pandora had it's ribbon cable replaced once and that cable eventually failed as well, so my unit has been collecting dust due to my inability to get the unit mailed out to get it fixed. I've found it really doesn't work all that well as a throw it in my pocket and go portable system in terms of it's durability, so I was curious if it would be feasible to use it exclusively as a home system hooked up to a TV and just not bother fixing the LCD. Is it possible to do a fresh install of the OS set up to output video to a TV by default without being able to see the LCD at all? Likewise, is it possible to operate the Pandora without a battery? This brings me to my next question. I recently picked up a good condition Sony Wega 20 inch CRT television. It is a SDTV that has component inputs, which is great. The downside is that it doesn't have S-Video. If the above scenario is indeed viable, is there a way to tap component video from the Pandora's TV-Out cable? My Wega only supports up to 480i so i'm not asking for an HD signal, but component is obviously going to produce a superior image compared to composite. Thanks for reading.