Hey guys, currently in a dilemma and could use some help. I own a mid-2012 27" iMac and a mid-2012 15" MBP. I use the MBP while I travel and the iMac at home. But the latest iMac came out today and I was planning to upgrade my iMac, but then I got to thinking... I'd love to run dual 34" screens, so maybe a new iMac isn't the best option. Looked into a Mac Pro, but the price seems high for the performance you get. So I'm wondering: Would a new MBP be able to solve all my needs and I could replace both machines with a new MBP and buy the dual displays? The latest 15" MBP tops out at 2.8GHz i7 with 16GB RAM and 1TB flash. My current iMac has a 3.4GHz i7 with 32GB RAM and 3TB Fusion. If I got the new iMac, it would be 4.0GHz i7 with 64GB RAM (supposedly only goes up to 32GB, but don't the Skylark processors support 64GB so I can put in 4 16GB chips and it would work?) and 3TB Fusion. So the question is: could the highest-spec MBP work for me and replace both my current MBP and my iMac? I'd have to live with the reduced RAM (probably possible). I'd have to live with less processing power. But how much, really? Real world every day usage, is there a massive difference between the 2.8GHz i7 in the MBP and the 4.0GHz i7 in the new iMac 27? But perhaps the biggest thing is the storage capacity. I'm already using 1.7TBs on my iMac, so I'd have to throw a solid terabyte worth of stuff onto an external drive on my desk hooked up to the dock I would slip the MBP into (or throw it into the cloud/Dropbox it in folders that don't sync to my machine). One of the biggest questions though is: can the current 15" MBP easily drive dual 34" 4K screens? I'd be getting two LG 34UC97-S displays with Thunderbolt that I would need the MBP to drive. Thanks for all of your help in helping me make this decision!