I currently have a MacBook Pro Retina (2014) with 256GB SSD and 8GB of Ram as well a s a pretty powerful Windows machine (which I never use b/c Windows) as well as three 24" Full-HD monitors, two of which I use for my MBPr and one for the PC. The amount of cables this setup uses is ridiculous. I also sort of grew out of the nerdy-triple-screen-office-look, lol. So I was thinking about getting the current 27" 5k iMac but I'm unsure if I should, tho. It would replace the PC as well as all three screens (ideally), so I'd have a much cleaner office as well as everything on OS X. Windows @bootcamp would also be optional, my current SSD is way too small. But the thing is, I travel like 4-5 days a week so the 27" would only be used on weekends which seems a bit... wasteful? It'll be ~€2,050 with the M390 and 1TB Fusion drive and ~€2,300 with the M395 and 2TB. Also something tells me I should definitely get the bigger version. So I was wondering, is there any comparable, cheaper alternative to hook up my MBPr to a (semi-comparable) 27" screen? So screen and docking station basically. I guess I could and would use the iMac's processing power - but not necessarily €2,300 worth of it. Also, the 27" 5k still has no target display mode, right? Not even with a normal 4k resolution? What would you do?