We bought a Naxa 16" flat screen TV to replace the front unit in our '94 LY. It is wide format rather than the square format of the old TV, but will fit nicely in the space, with a little oak trim to neaten the job. Naxa make up to 19" TV's in this 12v/120v format, and get good reviews. Certainly the picture is very sharp on the one we bought. It can be run full time on 12v
, which is my plan, so I would assume it could be used for a back-up monitor if desired. It has VGA, HDMI, USB, RCA and coax/RF connectors, so I don't know what you couldn't connect it to! Ours was purchased at Fred Meyer's in St. Helens, Oregon last November, for the vast sum of $79.98, on sale. Googling Naxa will find several retailers, mainly supplying long-haul truckers, but I notice the prices tend to be higher. If you are in the NW, check Freddy's first. P.S. Naxa also have models with built-in DVD players, but the "slot" is in the side, so we are using a separate player; good news is... there's going to be a huge compartment available behind the TV for whatever you want to put in it.