Hello everyone, I own and operate a small Engineering firm and have been using AutoCAD on Mac for the last 2 years. I have been very happy with it, so I have decided to transition my small firm to Mac. But I have some questions. I have a 2012 13" MacBook Pro with 2.9Ghz i7 and 8gb ram. I am thinking about hooking it up to (2) Thunderbolt displays (with the MBP in clamshell mode) and I wanted to know if the graphics card will be at its limit? I am curious because I am wanting run Revit in Parallels or VM. I know Revit or AutoCAD doesn't use the GPU very much but when I'm in a 3D view will I see massive issues? I really want to be able to use dual monitors so I can have AutoCAD and Revit Running at the same time. My business is taking off right now so I do have the luxury of other options but I don't want to go super crazy. Another option is to possibly hook a Mac Mini up to one of the monitors... Or get an iMac instead one of the thunderbolt displays... Any feedback or comments are well appreciated. Thank You Guys.