The consensus seems to be that the new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR are fairly priced for what they have to offer and I do not disagree with this at all. I'm not in their target demographic, but thrilled that they are supporting the pro market again and there's no point to have yet another thread complaining about the price points of the new Pro hardware. However... As a long-time user of a MBP / Cinema Display setup I'm kind of disappointed that there is no OEM option for an external display for their notebooks. I'm hopeful that by calling it the Pro Display XDR, they have left the door open for a simpler, more affordable Pro Display. The base 27" iMac is $1799, and considering the price of the Pro Display XDR, $1999 wouldn't be terrible for a similarly designed display with a 5k panel and features on par with the old Thunderbolt display. I know it's not just me that can't live with a cheap plastic display from a 3rd party. How hard can it be to make a "dumb" iMac? Anybody sharing my frustration here? Anybody else still hopeful for a more basic Pro Display?