In summary, the screen works, but it doesn't match the warm color temperature of the OEM screen.Installation was relatively easy, just use ifixit's guide to taking the macbook apart. Be sure to remember where every screw came from, or else you'll hate putting it back together. The backlight power connector is quite a bit larger than than Apple's stock, I had to wedge some of the slack behind the screen to get it to fit into the inverter assembly, but it wasn't that big of a deal.My biggest complaint is that the screen tint is blue, most likely due to the color temperature of the backlight, and there's not an easy way to fix it. My wife and I have the exact same computer, and you can definitely see a difference when placed right next to one another. The screen looks more vivid at times than the original, but the shade of blue is always present.EDIT:Just discovered that you can calibrate your monitor by going to:Display preferences -> Color -> Calibrate button, then select the color temperature you wantDoing this made the monitor just like new, and works great.