Even though the Droid RAZR has been out a few weeks the guys at DirectFix.com got their hands on one and jumped right into tearing it down on video. DirectFix posted their own seven minute teardown and screen repair video for the Motorola Droid RAZR and its quite fun to watch. Instead of simply seeing the guts of the RAZR this video actually shows the steps needed to disassemble and reassemble the phone. The video shows you how to replace the LCD screen, motherboard and other parts on the unit. DirectFix notes that the RAZR is one of the easier Android units that they have taken apart recently. As always you are doing this at your own risk.