Easy , if you can follow instructions .
Back of aluminum had something fall on it and dented right into the lcd , and broke it.
Very well , easy followed instructions did it in just under an hour for disassembling . Part arrived the next day put it in and reassembled in less time .
I had to drill out some stripped screws .. No big deal . I hammered out the dent in the aluminum once the old lcd was removed . Yes folks I used a drill and hammer on my laptop , still get a kick out of that .
Be patient with the blow drier , use gloves . The aluminum gets hot .