I bought this monitor for a few bucks quite some time ago with dead caps on the PSU and the "two seconds to black" syndrome (meaning it turns on screen gets black after a few seconds). Caps was replaced, but it was still not working, so I left it at that. Now it turns out one set of the CCFL tubes is broken. Quite broken, so I assume someone's been poking around in there, causing trouble. I did plug in some lamps from another monitor when it was in parts, and that worked, but they didn't quite fit. So the question is: Would you consider it worth the money to get a new set of lamps? This site has a set for a whopping $60 with shipping, TWO sets can be had on ebay for roughly €35ish. One of the reasons is that it's bound to be better than the monitor I have now, aaaaaand a larger combined working area is not to be sneezed at. Yes I could scavange lamps from various monitors (a friend of mine is a good scavanger ), but if I'm gonna use it I want the backlight to be somewhat consistent. So, what is your opinion? Some specs: 21.3 inches S-PVA panel, 1600x1200 8ms gtg Contrast 900:1 Pivot, and S-VHS which I would find extremely useful and so on Thanks for looking!