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-[* black] The mini retina only has seven screws securing the LCD shield plate (seen left), as opposed to the previous generation's 14 (seen right). However, most of the indentations are present, if not punched out and prepped for screws.
-[* icon_note] Saving some money by reusing shield plates are we?
+[* black] The Mini Retina only has seven screws securing the LCD shield plate (seen left), as opposed to the previous generation's 14 (seen right). However, most of the indentations are present, if not punched out and prepped for screws.
+ [* icon_note] Saving some money by reusing shield plates are we?
[* black] The LCD and digitizer connectors are in the bracket for teardown madness. Both connectors are knocked out as we remove the bracket on our way to the LCD.
-[* black] The LCD is finally free, and we turn our eye from the Retina to [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0161081/|what lies beneath].
+[* black] The LCD is finally free, and we turn our eye from the Retina to the horrors of [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0161081/|what lies beneath].