Heya all, I'm having a bit of a problem w/ a school science project, hopefully this is the right place to come for help. The project essentially involves stripping the CCFL tubes out of an LCD (old 19" widescreen, to be exact), and replace it with an array of LED's. Thats all well and good, until I realize that I'm a complete moron when it comes to electronics (most of my experience comes from wiring up lightbulbs to batteries and going "yay!"). Now here's my problem. What is the best way to power a large array of LED's? These things run @ 3.85v @ 1500ma max, i might have anywhere between 20-60 LED's. Also, they are pretty voltage and current sensitive, at least thats what I have gathered from the datasheet (attached). The exact model i'm using is the LXK2-PW14-U00. Also, since i'm a total electronics n00b, i'm most likely going to have a ton of moronic questions. Thanks to all!