So, have a GBA:SP that is an AGS-001, as well as an original GBA that I actually far prefer using, but it's no-lit screen makes it near impossible to do. I recalled those old GBA "backlight" kits from years ago, which are long-gone now (I think they were called Afterburner? I am talking about the kids that existed long long before the GBA:SP was announced, when the GBA was still new). Then, the newer backlight kits were apparently actually left-over AGS-101 screen stock, and those just recently disappeared. There are a few random garbage kits out there nowadays, but most of these are really low quality random garbage from China or Hong Kong that's a cheap LCD (which I suspect is even lower quality than the AGS-001's screen) which are front-lit. Most of them call them "back-lit" just because that's the familiar term to get people to buy them, but 99% of them seem to be junk. What I wanted to ask if there are any good sources left, official or unofficial/3rd party, that one can get an AGS-101 quality backlit screen anymore? And also, while I know there is a lot of work to do to put that screen in the original GBA, for the GBA:SP though would this be a drop-in replacement or is there still work to do to convert an AGS-001 to an AGS-101? Also, most of the work in installing an AGS-001 or AGS-101 screen in an original GBA appears to be carving exactly enough space on the original faceplate to make the new screen fit. By any chance, does anyone sell pre-fabricated replacement faceplates that have been already cut to accommodate this?