So preparations (and research) for buying a new Macbook (probably an Air) are ongoing. One thing that intrigues me is Thunderbolt. At the moment, I have the following setup on my bog standard white MacBook of yesteryear (well, 2008): - Lacie Eye-O'Sauron 1TB drive, connected to the Firewire 400 port (data storage and Aperture library) - USB2 HDD connected to one of the USB ports, used for Time Machine backups - Other USB2 port is connected to a hub and is used for camera cables and iPhone/iPad syncing. Now, on a MacBook Air, it seems I gain a Thunderbolt port, and lose DVI and Firewire 400 which, along with Firewire 800 appears have gone the way of the dodo. Perhaps not an immediate problem (the Lacie also has USB2) but: Are there any reasonably priced Thunderbolt drives out there at the moment (I believe the performance increase will benefit my Aperture editing)? What about connecting more than one thing to the Thunderbolt port. For example, I may wish to add an external display (in fact, I intend to do this as soon as I can)? I see a Belkin hub has been announced but can't find a release date..... Since I take the MacBook to the office from time to time (sometimes, two computers are nice, even though we are a PC environment), is there a Thunderbolt to VGA adapter (or a Thunderbolt to DVI adapter that can then be plugged into a VGA adapter)?