Does anyone know of any tips/instructions for replacing the touchscreen yourself? Like many others of its time, the screen in my 2014 Model S is delaminating and causing quite a mess. The Service Center said it will be somewhere around $1200 to replace the screen (not the entire MCU), but of course Tesla parts are difficult to come by. They've been (supposedly) trying since March to get a screen from California, but still no ETA. I just discovered several on eBay, and perhaps there are other ways for me to acquire one, and at a fraction of the cost that Tesla would charge. I'm in IT and have replaced notebook and PLC screens before, so I'm hoping this might be similar. I did some searching and found many discussions of having the screen replaced, but almost nothing on how to do it. I think it's likely that I missed some discussion (and hopefully even photos) and would greatly appreciate any links. Thanks!