Hello Team MacRumors: I am getting a Kensington sd3500v USB 3.0 Docking Station The Kensington comes with two display outputs; DVI and HDMI, with adapters for DVI-VGA, and DVI-HDMI. So here are my questions: 1) Does anyone currently use the Kensington sd3500v, and do you use it to drive multiple external displays? If so, what's your setup? 2) As the 2012 MBA features an HD4000 GPU, what are folks' thoughts on the GPU being powerful enough for the following setup: -An external DVI-connected monitor, and; -An external DIV-HDMI-connected monitor, and; -An external Thunderbolt-to-VGA-connected monitor, and/or; -An external USB 2.0 or 3.0-to-VGA-connected monitor My current set up is thus: I have an external running out of my Thunderbolt to VGA, and a second external monitor running USB 2.0 to VGA, and the built-in MBA display. With the move to the Kensington USB 3.0 Docking Station, I am hoping to set up the following: One display connected to the Docking Station via DVI, a second display connected to the Docking Station via the HDMI with an HDMI-to-DVI cable, and a third external monitor either connected to the Thunderbolt-to-VGA adapter, OR use the USB 2.0-to-VGA connection I currently have. It is not essential, and probably unlikely, that I will be able to use 3 external monitors, no matter their connection, AND also use the MBA native display; but what do I know. Any thoughts will be helpful, and will guide whether or not I go out looking for a third display to connect to my new set up.