Hello. My first post. My employer is giving me the new 2012 MBP 13" w/ SSD (I can get the 15" retina, but I want something more portable and w/ an optical drive). With it, I have a choice of any monitor. I am leaning towards the Dell U2711 (I opted out of the Dell 30" because it's just too big) or the Apple Thunderbolt 27". I can also get the Henge docking station (which I don't know anything about). I understand there's a significant cost difference in monitors, but price is not a factor. I can get either monitor without reservations. Currently, I have a 4-port KVM switch (dual-monitor dvi) to switch between the upcoming MBP (replacing a Mac Pro) and a Windows machine. I have a dual monitor setup now (both are Samsung 245BW matte screen 1920x1080). The MBP will be mainly used for word processing and Internet in the office. I have no idea if the switch will work with the new monitor to achieve full resolution. I understand that I need to used either display port or dual-dvi to achieve full resolution on the new monitors. Yes? Here are my concerns: 1. The glossy screen on the Thunderbolt (I'm assuming that having a mostly white background minimizes this effect). 2. How the Henge docking station will interact with the KVM and new monitor. 3. Use of a non-display port KVM switch with new monitor. 4. Adjustability and customization (e.g., height adjustment). If cost is not a concern, which monitor would you get? I have never owned a Macbook Pro and don't know too much about thunderbolt. I want to be able to use my current KVM switch, but it looks like there are going to be problems with this new setup. Do I need to buy a new switch with display port? Thank you.