> The (alt-control-backspace) is a very good example of something that shouldn't be a default config IMO.
I disagree for a technical reason: the only time I use "alt-control-backspace" is just after installation to trouble-shoot the X server,
so it makes sense to have it activated in the initial configuration,
which is what default settings are for.
Furthermore, it would be smarter to keep DontZap to No but to map
Terminate_Server to no key. This way you can enable/disable alt-control-backspace without changing xorg.conf or even being root.