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That will give you three of the xorg configuration tools.
I just tried the X -configure that gbonvehi recommended. It rocks!!! I was able to use the file that it generated to tweak my working /etc/X11/xorg.conf file even more. To get the best setup, I recommend using all four and saving the files separately. Then, make your own /etc/X11/xorg.conf based on the information from all of them. I just like to tweak, though. Also, you can change the keyboard driver from "keyboard" to "kbd" now. Hasn't hurt me any, and now I'm ready for the new xorg release.