I suspect I know the answer to this, but...
So at the office this week I've received desktop computer upgrade consisting of a Mac Pro desktop with a pair of 23" Cinema displays. So far the Mac Pro is still sitting in the middle of my cube, while the monitors are being broken in on my old Dell. (Running Ubuntu. KDE is pretty impressive on a 3840x1200 pixel desktop...)
Anyway, minor annoyance: One of the two monitors (or perhaps both of them) is slightly cockeyed on its stand so the long dimension of the monitor isn't parallel with the desk. You'd never notice it if it were just one monitor, but putting the pair of them side by side means the corner of one screen is about 1/8th of an inch vertically offset from the other. That's *just barely* enough to be annoying. (Apple's famous quality control is of course evident here.)
Is there any hidden adjustment built into these metal stands to correct the side-to-side tilt, or am I just stuck with the fact that someone in Taiwan is sloppy gluing the backs onto these things? :^b
P.S. As a side note, is there a good howto out there for installing Linux onto a Mac Pro? I've done the smallest bit of Googling, but haven't come across a well-organized document. There are ones for MacBooks, of course, but many of them seem slightly out of date. I live with MacOS on my laptop, but for the heavy UNIX lifting I expect from my desktop I'm worried all the user interface quirks of trying to mix X11 and MacOS programs will finally drive me batty, and thus I want an out if necessary.