Well since I installed my In-Dash motorized GL701-NPCT Lilliput screen I thought I would go ahead and get this topic started. What I want to have in my car is a computer that can dual boot Linux and Windows XP ( Maybe also boot OSX86 ) This will have to coexist with my Can-View. In order to do this I will need a VGA/USB switch. This should be the only hard part of the project. I have tested disconcerting and reconnecting both the Can-View and my laptop and they both work exactly like I want. When the Can-Views USB and VGA are disconnected the screen stays put but keeps updating like nothing happened. Windows just sees the USB screen come and go and has no problem with it and keeps on crunching bits like any other normal PC. The screen seems to adjust to the resolution settings of the Can-View and the laptop when switching. I thought this would be a problem since I had to strech the screen for the Can-View but when I switch to my laptop the screen displayed every pixel. I'm guessing most of my questions will have answers over at http://www.mp3car.com  07-05-30 Parts... 1. OPUS Mini-ITX Vehicle PC Case w/ built in 120w power supply 2. Jetway C7 2.0 GHz Mini ITX Motherboard (J7F2WE2G-OC-PB) 3. Jetway PCMCIA/CF Card Daughterboard (pcmcia-daughterboard) 4. Built in USB WiFi A/B/G/BlueTooth. Wifi will soon be external for better signal. 5. TWO 120GB Toshiba 2.5inch SATA Hard Drive MK1234GSX (MCS-TOS120) for raid 1 mirrored. 6. 1GB/1024MB Kingston DDR2 PC 4200/533MHz (KVR533D2N4/1G) 7. USB SiRF III GPS Receiver (usb_sirf_iii) 8. 4 Port USB Hub 9. Mini-Key USB Keyboard DGPN-570 10. 4 port USB surveillance camera DVR to record front and rear cameras when I want to 11. WinTV-HVR-950 12. Slot load DVD burner. Reads everything including RAM burns everything except RAM. Parts I will need to make... I made USB/VGA switch. Read further for more info. I will need to find a boot manager that is compatible with my touch screen so I can select my OS when the computer starts. I have a few ideas that may be used as a work around. I think I will make a boot CD for my dual boot. for an example... No CD = instant XP boot Linux CD = instant Linux boot Mac OSX CD = instant Mac OSX. Dont know if this will be possible but I'm going to try. Here is a crappy drawing I made with the touch screen driver config utility Windows XP running perfectly at 800x480 Here is my current boot manager. I could not go into my Linux install because the resolution is set to the laptops native and the touch screen would not support it. I could have edited the x86config file to allow for 800x480 but there is no point in doing that right now anyway.