...No, not angry, just surprised by how hard you are pushing this issue, when it was not a flaw, mistake, error, lack of insight, or anything else in the design or construction of the laptop that placed that small gap there for the sole purpose to give easy access to the LCD cable.
You cotinue to classify it as a mistake.... Have you ever been involved in the design phase of something like a notebook, car, or even something as simple as the top of a soda can? I have, and you have no idea what steps have to be taken to ensure everything fits in a specific way, allowing for everything to work as it was designed to.
Ollix you are dilluted if you think you "won" something here. This was not a win/lose battle of 2 people vs everyone else. You guys can't can't seem to figure out the difference between a designed solution & mistake... Perhaps you just don't understand English very well, or you have a problem with admitting it was a designed characteristic of the notebook & not some unbelievable design flaw that has forever marred your ability to consider another Dell computer until they can resolve this issue that is so terrible it makes it impossible for you to sleep at night.
Putting in in your sig with the flame-bait comment in there just shows it's a flame thread & not a genuine concern (which was already hard to believe considering the concern has absolutely no bearing on the function of the product)...
...I guess after blowing your Sony Claim dead out of the water you need to do something, but come on give it a rest...
...Tell me you don't like it, I don't care, but don't call it a design flaw or a mistake when it wasn't either. Making flame-bait sigs with catch phrases saying "everyone got screwed by Dell"...That just makes you look ridiculous.
In response to your other post about page 1- (page #3- post 76, see the pic and the red line showing it overlapping the cable connector if they modified the size... I think that explains it all)