So, I was looking around for a small HDMI monitor to use for another project - and there is crap all out there. Everything I'm finding has either really bad native resolution (rPi stuff) or is meant for professional video camera monitor use and costs $$$. For what I'm doing I simply need a small (~5") portable HDMI 720p or better monitor. The Pyra has a nice screen and HDMI output and the whole unit can be powered with a microUSB connection. How about using the same screen as the Pyra in a small microUSB powered device with a microHDMI input? I recall that the Pyra's display is MIPI - but I'm not sure if that was based on the Pyra's output or the display's only capability. Can the display 'hear' HDMI too? No battery. Just a display, two ports and some low creative plastic to protect the traces and board edges. If someone needs a stand they can get some silly putty or velcro. If you want to get fancy, the touchscreen could register as a mouse to the USB port that it's drawing power from. Just an idea. I'm not sure if it would be of interest to anyone else. Good/bad/other idea?