For the track? Hie thee to the thrift stores. People have been dumping their 4:3 ratio displays of all sizes, and in widescreen anything below 22" seems to be going unwanted now. Often you can test well enough without a computer. When you plug them in you usually get an OSD (On Screen Display) with diagnostics, or similar. And often enough the 'No Signal' image is set to move around, so you can tell in about a minute if the pixels are essentially good.(that reminds me, still need to source a monitor too).
One common lemon to avoid: Samsung 915 -- these have a nasty flaw that doesn't fail till after they warm up.
Around here (Canada, West Coast) you should be able to get something nice for $15. $20 if you're in a hurry.