Hey all - I've been slowly working on putting together a pretty intense setup to replace all the random computers I have around the house now that I work from home (2010 iMac, 2011 Air, Junk work PC laptop). I'm currently working off of the Air with a Refurb Thundrbolt display I bought last Friday. I plan on replacing the Air (and iMac) with a 2015 13 inch rMBP and want to make sure I'm not going to run into any unexpected hiccups (I've already seen a few going through some documentation). 1) The Thunderbolt displays specifically mentions that you can't chain a non-Thunderbolt display off the back *major bummer. I was planning on buying a older 27" Cinema display (used, obviously) and using it as my second external -- mostly because I can use a mini display port switch and jump between a second monitor for the Mac as a well as a display for my Gaming PC. Unless someone has a better idea there, is it safe to assume that a Thunderbolt display AND a Apple Cinema display can be run off of the two Thunderbolt ports on the rMBPs? I don't see anything saying otherwise; but you never know (For those wondering why I don't just use the 2010 iMac as an external - I may use it that way for a while, but you need to constantly hit CMD + shift + 2 to bounce *and I damaged the display cable replacing the hard drive a year ago so the screen/audio flickers annoyingly every now and then.) 1b) Minor point - anyone ever used a Thunderbolt with a Cinema display? They seem to be near identical, but I'd hate for their to be some random visual annoyance that made them not look the same 2) I'm going to be mounting the 2 displays to some arms using VESA mounts - these are the arms I'm currently looking at, not sure if anyone has something they've liked more? 3) Has anyone used a Henge dock before? They look sexy as hell and I'd look to incorporate one into my setup - looking to see if anyone has tried one and if they liked it. Thanks for your time folks!