When I was traveling last week I dropped my phone on the sidewalk. Yes, my clumsiness and totally my fault. I don't use a case because the phone has seemed so rugged and much easier for me to handle without. At the time I had taken it out to take a picture, just sent a tweet and then it slipped out of my hands while trying to put it back in its bag. The back popped off, battery fell out and I was left with three pieces. I've dropped it before (3-4 times) and this happened. All I needed to do then was put it all back together and it booted up fine. A couple dings to the side but otherwise no damage. This time when it booted the screen was fried. No image, just a bunch of lines. I tried a hard reset. Tried everything I knew, but nothing worked. I figured somehow I screwed up the screen's connectors. Nothing looked out of place. It did not get wet. It just took a fall of about 2.5 feet to concrete. (I was sitting at the time.) So I went out and purchased a replacement phone at my nearest Target. An expensive lesson to learn. I've since put the new phone in an Otterbox in hopes of protecting against my own clumsiness. Question is would there be any hope to resurrect this broken phone? A screen replacement or something? If it's not too much, I can repair it and pass the phone along to a niece or nephew.