Some people have been speculating that the new displays from Apple would have FireWire ports on them. Now, this was quickly killed as a possibility from people who determined that to do that, the ADC would have to be redesigned, which would not make a whole lot of sense. So it came a common thought that FireWire would not be coming to the display. But then last night it hit me... Why don't they build a FireWire hub into the displays? When you buy a DVI -> ADC connector, to use the USB ports behind the display, you have to plug a USB cable into an active USB port (usually one of the ones on the back of the computer. Why couldn't the same be done for FireWire? The display cable could split off in the ADC and a FireWire cable, and if you wanted to use the displays FireWire ports, all you'd have to do is plug in the FireWire cable to one of the ports on the back. Will they do this? Probably not, but it's one way to solve the problem without making a whole new display connector.