well, no. because... well there are a few ways of doing this. easiest and least intrusive way for the monitor would be to screw the end of the track (about 2" back) right into the side of the casing, about the middle of the vertical height of the screen. then just mount the tracks to the dash and the end result would be the screen coming out just far enough to flip down, the only weird part would be the 2" of track that would be sticking out on the sides of the screen because the screen is tilted down and doesn't line up with the plane of the casing anymore.
this could be just fine for me, it wouldn't look that bad especially if i powdercoated the tracks glossy black. the problem is, the case of the screen is already too wide to fit in a normal din chassis, and i don't even have much room to hack out of my dash on the sides of the radio opening to allow the tracks to be there.
so another option is to build third rails inside the case of the screen. there IS enough room to do that apparently (i just took it apart), and the end result would be how a lot of tool boxes work. the normal track slides out first, then the third rails inside allow the end of the track to slide back toward the top of the screen. once at the end, there will be enough clearance for the screen to rotate down (and likely have have a little keystone in the end so it hooks into a good position. this wouldnt be fully adjustable on the rotation like the first option could be, yet the viewing angles of the screen make it a non-issue really) After you fully extend this setup and rotate the screen into position, you would then push the first set of slides back until the whole thing meets close to the dash, or wherever you want it. this means forward and back adjustable, which is pretty cool.
im just trying to lay all these ideas out in case anyone can think of better. i wish i was good a drawing because i would better describe what im trying to say... this kind of stuff i normally just go at it and figure as i go along.