At the recommendation of qhn, I checked out eBay for a screen. It turns out they aren't too expensive there. Now the tricky part is actually replacing it! I began removing the broken screen today (haven't bought a new one yet), and ran into some problems. Could someone with experience in this stuff lend a hand?
Here's the scoop:
The Ideapad Y510 has a screen that's flush with the plastic frame. All of the online demos I've seen show a plastic bezel that sticks out substantially, and that you just peel off. So, I'm a bit stuck here. It seems that the screen has both the LCD and a cover inserted into the frame, secured by something I can't see.
Here are a few pictures...
1. screw cap and screw removed from the side
2. screw cap and screw removed from the front
3. the LCD sliding out from the frame
4. the point at which I'm stuck. Can't go any further to the left and pry the screen out. It seems like it's screwed in. The same thing mirrors on the right side.
5. the screen assembly seems to be go all the way down to the hinge in front
6. the assembly coming off the frame a bit
I would be deeply indebted to anyone who can lend a hand!