Hi everyone. I would appreciate any input on this topic. I just got the new RMBP and am looking for a good display to use for it when it's at my desk. I'd love to get the 27" Thunderbolt display from Apple, but I can't really drop another $1000 right now (I mean, I just bought the new RMBP, right?), so I'm looking for more inexpensive alternatives. I'll mainly be using it at my desk for video editing and motion graphics work. My idea is that I can use the RMBP's display for the video and graphics windows in various applications and then use the other monitor for timelines, layers and whatever other windows don't need to be super color-accurate. I'd like to get a 23" or 24". Anything bigger than that would need to be a higher resolution than 1920x1080, IMO, and higher resolutions than that are out of my price range. The last requirement on my part is that it has VESA connectors in the back because I'm planning on getting one of these for it: http://www.ergotron.com/Products/tabid/65/PRDID/317/language/en-US/Default.aspx A couple points I'm not really sure about: Can I connect a monitor to my RMBP via the HDMI port and use it for dual display (not mirroring)? Also, what is the difference between Thunderbolt and Minidisplay port? Are they the same thing with two different names or are they truly different? Thanks!