Yeah, yeah! USB-C is great... one cable to rule 'em all, right? But why does it have to be so damn short? All comparable USB-C dongles/hubs on the market have one common problem: a laughable cable stump! I am looking for a reliable USB-C extension data cable, male-to-female, to move the ugly Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport adapter further away from my MacBook and hide it e.g. behind a monitor. I know that the length specs for a USB-C data cable are limited to 1 meter. So, why on earth (literally) are there no working USB-C extension data cables available yet? What seems to be the problem? HP managed to ease that problem slightly for my Elite x2 with a decent cable length on their USB-C dock (via Thunderbolt 3), but there are no comparable solutions for the MacBook on the market so far, not even a simple extension cable! HP Elite USB-C Docking Station http://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/hp-elite-usb-c-docking-station I really don't want to buy an USB-C monitor yet, which would be the only known and working solution for now. So if anyone did somehow find a working USB-C extension cable, please share the shop link!