Ok, some notes and pics. First of all, thank you everyone for your help, I appreciate it. I took the front bezel off the printer according to Geof's post here. When you take off that bezel, there are 8 screws total (circled); 2 on the top, 2 in the middle, and 4 on the bottom. No need to take out any more than that. I especially like this method because the instructions I got from Robo have you taking off the gantry, the bed, then the entire front panel. It takes forever and there's no need. Anyways, here's a pic of the front panel after taking the bezel off: I had to place spacers under the screen, just like @WheresWaldo said (about 2mm thick for each), and on the top two screws, I used small washers to compensate for more space. I didn't want to secure them too tightly and the washers worked perfectly. However, because of the washers and spacers, when I installed the bezel back on the front panel, the backs of the screws came into contact with the bottom plastic piece. So, just in case, I used a hacksaw and some pliers to cut two notches in the plastic, which made room for the screw heads. Not everyone will need to do this though; this is just fair warning that you might. Here's a couple pics of the notches: Finally, here are before and after pics of the old and new screen. The pics don't do the new screen justice, but you can definitely see the difference. BEFORE: AFTER: All I did was follow everyone's instructions. I did not have to adjust the screen at all; just mount upside-down like the original. I also lost the boot screen Robo logo when the printer starts, but that's not something I'm worried about. If I ever decide to fix it, I'll replace it with a different pic anyway. This is a must-have upgrade, trust me. Especially if you have trouble with your original screen like I did. As a matter of fact, I haven't used the (original) screen in over 7 or 8 months because it was always unresponsive. I just used Octoprint for everything. But, it is very, very nice to have a gorgeous, super-responsive screen again.