My wife uses a 15" Dell for work and brings it home almost every night. The beast is probably 9 pounds or so. At work she docks it and is plugged in, has her keyboard, external monitor, and mouse. I wanted to know the feasibility of using a 13" MacBook Air as a replacement. It would run BootCamp for Windows 7, no Parallels/Fusion. Just boot into Windows. She could get a USB Ethernet adapter for work and use the wireless at home. She could get a USB hub for work for using an external keyboard, mouse, and use the Mini Displayport to VGA for connecting to her monitor, as well as get a dedicated magsafe for using at work. At home she could connect to the 27" iMac we will be getting soon via Thunderbolt and use the iMac as her second display. How well should this work and what sort of problems might she run into? I assume that most everything on the MacBook Air would be supported in Windows. 1. Would she be able to use the iMac optical to install Windows or software once booted into Windows, or would remote optical not be supported and need a USB Superdrive? 2. Would she have any issues in Windows with the USB Ethernet adapter? Connecting to her work network. 3. Would the MacBook Air support running the iMac as a secondary display through Thunderbolt when booted into Windows or is that a Mac only availability? Are there any other issues or concerns for running Windows on a MacBook Air in Bootcamp that I should be concerned with? Thanks for any replies and feedback.