You will not replace the camera screen with this mod, you just add some hardware so that it can rotate and rotate. Tilt says it only takes one hour to complete the modification and that the kit includes all the tools you need. The company will also provide tutorials so that you can follow and hopefully not brick your expensive camera. Oh, and implementing this mod will definitely void your warranty.
The kit will also come with carbon fiber replacement for the fuzzy plugs on the BMPCC port, as well as a kit that allows you to mount the M.2 SSD in the cavity before being occupied by the screen. The stock Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera carries SD, UHS-II and CFast cards natively and can also burn to a small USB SSD, such as the Samsung T5, via a USB port. So while there is no lack of connectivity, a nice bonus is putting an SSD inside the camera. Tilta has not yet released a product page, but the fashion kit will ship in November and will cost $ 329.