Just out of curiosity I suddenly think. Assume MacPro line going to be updated sometime this year. Rest assured the line will get thunderbolt support along with the rest of Mac lines, complete the whole package. But.. How do you think Apple would implement Thinderbolt on a MacPro? As you know, TB uses identical plug with DisplayPort, and MacPro feed video directly from GPU board to monitor. nVidia or AMD, they're both not licensed to use Thunderbolt technology on their graphic cards, are they? Now with the thunderbolt on iMac or MBP with discrete GPU, yes... Apple also use AMD. But then again Thunderbolt/Displayport does not feed directly from GPU, right? It's connected to logic board and managed by Sandy Bridge CPU so it supports Thunderbolt, am I right? So guys. How do you think a MacPro going to support TB port? On board? But video output on GPU card will be obsolete?