Hi all, I received my CalDigit TS3 yesterday. Everything was great at first but one issue has come up. I've found the monitor displays as expected, 4K @ 60Hz, whenever I plug the CalDigit into my MBP (via a DisplayPort > DisplayPort connection to my monitor). The issue comes into play when waking my device from sleep. For reference, I have an LG 4K 27UD69P monitor. When waking my device from sleep when everything remains plugged into the CalDigit, one of two things happens: - The device fails to successfully wake the display whatsoever, freezing my MacBook for a short amount of time and the monitor will continue to fluctuate between a black screen and Power Saving mode - The device successfully wakes my monitor, however the resolution is way off (1920x1080 @ 30Hz), with no option to change it back via the Display menu to the correct resolution. The only way to get it to display correctly again is to unplug/plug the TB3 cord back in. Has anyone had similar issues using their CalDigit unit (or another TB3 dock, for that matter)? After some research I definitely feel the issue is in regards to using DisplayPort 1.2, as this issue disappears when I connect my monitor via the Thunderbolt 3 port on the Caldigit unit (USB-C to DisplayPort cable). This is not an option for me however as I have other plans for that TB3 port on the CalDigit. I'm also wondering what success I will have using a DisplayPort > HDMI adapter, and then running an HDMI >HDMI cable to my monitor. However, even if that works I feel disappointed as the whole purpose of this device is to get away from using dongles altogether. I'm also thinking I will try a different DisplayPort cable, but I don't expect positive results since this is the cable included with my monitor and I know it supports DisplayPort 1.2. I'm considering just ordering the Elgato unit as well to see if it exhibits the same behavior.