PRS-505 with a damaged screen - write off?
Thanks to a nasty impact my PRS-505 now has a few dead lines on the screen.
I've checked around and the replacement screens seem pretty difficult to lay your hands on, and there's an issue with calibrating them specifically for the device, so repairing it myself doesn't seem like it's that do-able.
It's not the newest of devices so i'm not entirely sure i can even send it off for repairs, and if i can i imagine the cost will be fairly high.
Does anyone have any opinion on the matter?