Well, first of all, good luck with the tear down. It took me the better part of an afternoon to get mine down to the guts. Second, you're gonna need a screwdriver with a 9-12" shaft and a set of Torx bits because of the goofy way they put them together. Finally, they use some really strong plastic clips that I ended up breaking to hold the top cover to the body of the unit. Since it was broken to begin with I wasn't too upset.
Now, that said, please do post a good, detailed, picture log of the tear down. I thought about doing it when I did mine, but I couldn't find a good enough light source. Instructions on tear down are few and far between online.
Mine has some dead control circuits, but everything else seems to work. I intend to be ridiculous with mine and control it via an Allen-Bradley SLC500 1747-L40A PLC, just to see if I can. http://www.ab.com/en/epub/catalogs/1276 ... 8/2170841/