bokster: The SBC's that I have are Adastra NPC-486's. They are PC-104 based with on-board DOC support. I think they were a great deal at $40 a piece (BTW, I bought these over a year ago and the surplus supply is long gone). The panels that I have are listed below. I have access to the various bioses listed on Adastra's web site under flat panel support. I'm not sure what the specific differences between the various versions of the bioses. I assume that there is flat panel timing and/or data format information contained in the bios somewhere. I have not tested any of the flat panel bioses yet. I really don't know what I'm doing when it comes to flat panels.
Wirelessly_from_ePods: Looks interesting. I have a few B&W panels that this might be good for. Any ideas what the eval board costs?
Doc D: Thanks for the link. I'll give them a call and check on the controllers.
codeman: Thanks for the offer. I have the following panels with no documentation. I've tried contacting the manufacturers, but they have not responded.
The PICL looks pretty cool. I've been experimenting with a similar product at work. The one I use at work is twice the price and seems to have fewer features than the PICL. The sale price of $99 is within my "toy" threshold. I probably buy one tomorrow to play with at home.
I've thought about using the LT121S1-153 in a similar way to the SK2005R. This is why I was interested in a VGA to flat panel adapter. With the price of the adapters, I'm not sure I could put together a package much cheaper than at flat-panel.
Electronics run on smoke, if you let the smoke out they won't work