And realised Apple hasn't cut in the 4 holes (C1 to C4). No big deal for actual DVI monitors because the C1 to C4 parts are for analogue video. However, this is a big deal for me, because it means I can't use my existing DVI to VGA adapter. Why didn't I just buy a Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter you say? Well, I need a DVI one for one external display, and VGA for another. I already own a DVI to VGA adapter, so why spend £40 on bloody adapters? I'm raging about this...sole reason is so Apple can make even more money on people having to buy the VGA adapter as well. Unless I'm mistaken about this and if I drilled holes where the C1 to C4 bits would be (just so the adapter actually connects) it would work? Or are the C1 to C4 analogue bits required for the DVI to VGA converter?