I have a question about the 30" Apple cinema display utilized in conjunction with the Monoprice dual-link adapter. http://www.monoprice.com/products/p..._id=1042802&p_id=6904&seq=1&format=4#feedback I'm planning on getting one of the newer 15" Macbook Pros which only has two usb ports, and I've already inherited a few 30" Apple cinema displays. I currently have a 27" i5 iMac late 2009, but it has so many issues with the screen staining and the yellow tinge on the lower third of the screen. I'm just sick of it, so I'm hoping this 15" Macbook Pro and 30" display combo will work better for me. The 30" cinema display has two usb and two firewire 400 ports on the back. And the dual link cord connected to the 30" display has DVI, usb and firewire 400. The monoprice adapter looks like it has no place to plugin either the usb or the firewire cable, just the DVI. So, will the ports still be usable on the monitor? Or does that require the firewire and usb cord from the 30" to be plugged into the computer for the two firewire and usb ports to be functional? This is so confusing... My only concern is that I have 2 USB hard drives, a usb printer, and usb for connecting my iPad. So I was hoping I could use the ports on the back of the monitor and maybe get some firewire 400 to usb converters. I saw a few people mention that this monoprice cable doesn't have usb pass-through, and I'm assuming they're talking about the usb ports not being usable on the 30" cinema display. Is that correct? And is the usb cord that comes out of the adapter only for powering the monitor and not for powering the actual ports on the monitor? Any help would be greatly appreciated.