This is a question for you learn-ed ladies and gents who know a lot more about the DisplayPort, USB-C and thunderbolt 3 specifications than I do. I pre-ordered the 2016 MacBook Pro 15", and am planning to upgrade my displays. I currently use an Apple Cinema Display (27"-1440p) and an old dusty 15" VGA display (1024x768! Woohoo!). I'm planning to slap a pair of 4k displays, not that 4k isn't as cool as 5k, and the prices are actually pretty reasonable. I'm looking for 27"-30"; but it seems like the best value is in 27" panels. Currently it works great. I don't use the 15" display on the Mac (but I do want to use both 4k displays), so I just swap the miniDP cable and USB cable between the two machines. A fancy combo miniDP/USB extension runs up from the Windows PC to the desk. Ugly but it works. I'd like to do this with as few cables as possible. The LG UltraFine 5k displays aren't a great option for two reasons. One; this setup will be shared with a Windows PC (my gaming PC) that does not have thunderbolt or USB-C. Two; see line 1 paragraph 2. "I pre-ordered the 2016 MacBook Pro 15" ". That means I can't afford the LG UltraFine 5k displays . The budget for this project is $1,500; though less is even better! With that $1,500 I need a pair of 4k displays 27" or larger, ideally a stand to mount them to (that's negotiable), and whatever hardware is necessary to make switching between my Windows PC and Mac as painlessly as possible and with as few cables as possible. As I understand it, 4k Displays can be daisychained through DisplayPort at 60hz. Is that correct? If so; how do I make this happen? There are enough hubs out there to make my head spin. But there's a twist! I also have a USB Keyboard and mouse. USB 1.1 speeds would be enough for my USB needs, of course. (External storage will be direct to the Mac). So if a hub won't work, that's yet another cable (and dongle!) I need. What I know is currently an option: A basic USB 2.0 hub and USB-C to USB-A adapter (For keyboard and mouse) and an extension for the Windows PC. Swapping USB between the two swaps the mouse. A pair of USB-C to DisplayPort / miniDP adapters, one for each display, along with the requisite extensions for the Windows PC. A USB-C Wall Charger Unfortunately, that setup requires swapping three cables from the Desktop PC to the Mac every time, and requires 4 cables to be plugged into the MacBook Pro. That's far from elegant. The IDEAL solution would be a hub that would charge the MacBook Pro, support two 4k displays at 60hz connected to it, and have USB Type A ports (speed irrelevant). I can't seem to find such a thing. I've found one that does all but charging, but it says "Windows Only". That would still mean swapping three cables each time (between the hub and the Windows PC since the Windows PC doesn't support USB-C), but at LEAST it's only one cable (or possibly two if it doesn't charge) to the MacBook Pro. What say ye, wise MacRumors Forumers? Has someone discovered an exceptional, elegant solution that I'm not aware of?