Currently sourcing a 6.95" display that is less than 100mm high.
It has a controller that accepts input from a 24bit LVDS source (also 24bit TTL).
The input to the display is 18bit TTL so the controller does the timing and converting from 24bit LVDS or 24bit TTL to 18bit TTL.
It's also got a built in CCFL or LED back-light inverter
most of the new mobos have at least one LVDS output, e.g. the EPIA-NX & PX...
If a base model had only 24bit LVDS input, would that still be of interest?
If you are going to mount a nano-itx or pico-itx main board in the 2-din chassis that has this interface why would you even want to deal with an analog VGA interface...
We would just need to supply the appropriate cable.
you could always add a analog VGA to LVDS controller to the chassis if you were connecting to VGA.