Has anyone done this? I have a DVI-D monitor (ie doesn't take DVI-I cables since it doesn't have the 4 extra holes to fit) and I happen to have a DVI-I cable with the 4 extra analog pins. From what I can see the 4 extra pins are Analog R, G, B and Sync so they're only used for Analog passthrough (ie DVI-I to VGA) and that makes sense. But from what I can see the long slot in the middle of the 4 extra pins is longer or something. This slot is ground but is it ground only used for the Analog or is it also used in conjuction with the digital signals? Basically can I cut not only the extra 4-pins but the slot out of a DVI-I cable and use it like a DVI-I cable? I've seen some other people asking but no one mentioned the extra slot and if it's needed or not. So just wondering if anyone's ever done this. I actually have a few monitors and a few DVI-I cables here so it will save me from buying two DVI-D cables if this will work.