Yes sir, you came to the right spot.
I can describe in detail how to do this because i've done it before.
Okay, are you ready?
1.) You will have to decide on wether you want the clear screen portion to remain in place, or if you would like it removed, for an easier paint application process, a clearer view or whatever.
If it is to remain, you will have to protect it very well with painter's tape or something similar that will not leave nasty, sticky residue, just to make it easier for you.
If you want it gone, i recommend you use an exacto or a very sharp knife (i used a knife, rather crudely actually, and then sanded down the inside nice and smooth, so you could't see how rushed a job it was).
2.) Acrylic paint is the paint that i use and highly recommend (krylon is very common, make sure it says "for plastics"), due to it's ability to bond with most plastics (if applied properly).
3.) I would highly recommend sanding down the faceplate (or backplate, whatever portion you are painting.) with the finest grain you can find. This recommended due to the high gloss surface of the faceplate. The backplate is matte, so that should be cool to leave as is, but wouldn't hurt if you wanted to paint that too, and then also, sanding it a bit wouldn't hurt...
Also recommended that you protect the inside of the faceplate from overspray, unless it's not a big deal for you getting paint on the inside.
4.) Now that you have have everything ready to go, you'll want a very clean painting area, free of dirt, dust and debris, and preferably outdoors so you don't gas yourself (see the label for other safety concerns). You'll want to set up some kind of flat surfaces, like boxes for instance, to place your subjects, with newspaper or some kind of ground cover to protect from overspray, and then i recommend palcing some kind of weight on each corner of the newspaper/cover (so it won't get loose in a breeze and flap around touching your wet face/backplate.
5.) Once all this is setup, you should wear a set of gloves, surgical, dishwashing, whatever works for you, unless you don't mind getting paint on your hands.
You'll need to be VERY careful when applying the paint, especially when picking it up for reapplication (which i dropped mine, doh!!), which i recommend at least a few good applications (while examining for missed spots) every ten minutes or so.
Make sure you follow the instructions on the label and shake the can very well for what it says to, i think it's like a couple of minutes...
6.) DO NOT touch the surface after final application, if you do happen to touch it, just reapply a couple of good coats to try and cover up your booboo. NEVER sand down this paint. The label says it will release lead, which is not cool...
7.) That should be about it. Just let it dry for at least an hour, or two, or three, the longer the better. And don't touch it until well after that. I recommend not touching it for like a day, but all that's up to you. Remember, the better you sand it, the better the paint will take. And once again, read the complete label for any other information on the drying and application..
Hope this helps...