Hi, I know there has been a thread similar to this one recently, but it didn't get to any conclusion, at least not the one that would answer my questions. A short introduction: I'm planning to get a 15 MBP for Christmas (I know, it's still a long time away, but I like to be prepared and have everything sorted out beforehand). Before that I was thinking about getting an iMac, but got convinced that since I have a quite nice, week old IPS Dell monitor for my hackintosh (which is slowly reaching its age after 6 years), it would be a waste and the MBP as desktop setup is more rational in the sense that I get a desktop and a laptop at the same time. And since I already have a 13 MBP, the 15" would sit still on the desktop most of the time. Anyways djmoody suggested I got myself a BookArk for a nice desktop setup. I must say it looks very nice (aesthetically better than Henge Docks in my opinion, plus no need for screwing the cables onto it). Nevertheless I would like to ask for your expertise. Which one would you recommend: BookArk or Henge Docks or maybe there's another contender? I also have a question that I would like you to take into consideration when giving your input guys: Do you have to get the MBP out of the Ark (or the Henge Dock) and open it up every time you want to turn it on? Or is there some kind of switch, button or just a simple way around it? Thanks in advance.