A) This is the step at which you wish you had paid a pro $75 to do this for you, or at the least bought the entire display, rather than try to pry the glass off.
B) You need a very strong & thin tool to wedge between the glass and the plastic panel of the frame. The spudger is too thick. I used a high quality paring knife. An Exacto knife may break. I suppose I could have melted the glue more so that the two pieces separate easier, but the heat made me nervous about damaging the electronics.
C) There is a thin rubber gasket that wraps around the outer edge of the two pieces you're trying to pry apart. It's nearly impossible to not damage this while prying the two pieces apart in this step. However, I think people should be advised to run a pin along the edges of separate the gasket from the glass, and then try to pry the glass off only after the glass edge has been separated from the trim. The new glass has to nestle back inside the rectangle formed by the gasket.
The locking latch swivels up, away from the board. The ribbon pulls up towards the top of the phone. When putting the phone back together, if this ribbon is not in all the way, the small speaker at the top of the phone will not work (the speakerphone will work, because that uses different speakers). Getting the ribbon to slide in all the way was difficult. I had to use a pair of tweezers to slide it in all the way.
The connector pops up vertically away from the board.