I have two non working ones here, seems that the flexi connector on the LCD panel set tends to degrade if used a lot so if you have one put a drop of Epoxy on the panel side before going a-tinkering
At some point I will make a replacement board which interfaces the PCB with the bare display, so that the defunct cable is bypassed.
When it was working the display was great, unfortunately this didn't last long once the eyepiece was opened up to do 3D hacks etc.
The display datasheet is online, if you encounter a broken unit.
Usually its one side causing the problem so you can easily hack it into submission by adding the LED from the "bad" side in series with the remaining one.
Doubles brightness too!
Another useful tip if you have a few dead camcorders is to "harvest" a panel from an old Canon or JVC unit and then make a simple VGA to RGB converter.
These displays typically use the 6 pin RGB (differential) and two syncs plus a Vcom of -9 to -18V and a 3.3 or 5V Vcc, some also use a CLK signal pair which is the dot clock.
Monochrome ones also work if you phase shift the backlight using RGB LEDs harvested from a dead PSC scan head.