The F-16's manual is declassified since it's in service in many countries.
The answer is yes, the switch (lever) is conveniently located on the gauge. From said manual:
A dimming lever, located on the left side of the indexer, controls the intensity of the lighted symbols.
And here's a photo from airliners.net (...
That display is part of the AFS (Auto Flight System) Control Panel on the FCU (Flight Control Unit):
(Airbus A340 FCOM - Auto Flight - General)
The general idea of the FCU is that you can push in the knobs, which will put the respective autoflight mode in an automatic setting (called managed mode) and show dashes in the display, and you can pull the knobs ...
Yes, the Su-34 does technically include a food ration warmer, a "sanitary container", and some room that allows for sleeping.
However, all three are much less impressive than the terms might suggest:
The food ration warmer is not a microwave. It's just a small can heater:
There is also some dedicated room for extra cans.
The "sleeping room" is just a bit ...
No, there is neither a toilet nor a kitchen on an SU-34. The first picture in your post is of the "relief tube", which the crew can urinate into. It's not a toilet, though, and can't handle feces.
There is a small area behind the crew seats just big enough for one person to stretch their legs, which can be used to store food if the crew so desires. It even ...