Hi All, I'm interested in buying a Macbook, does anybody know if USB-C is able to replace thunderbolt? Thunderbolt has low overhead compared to USB, since it connects directly to PCI-E, however, with USB-C's alternate mode, it could be used to connect PCI-E as well. With max speed of 10Gbps on USB-C vs 20Gbps on Thunderbolt 2, I find it capable of attaching something like a external GPU that uses alternative mode of USB-C. If you see Thunderbolt 2 PCI-E enclosures, they are usually a few hundred bucks, and one reason why it's expensive is that Thunderbolt 2 requires licensing fee from Intel. But not USB-C. Hence in the future, can we find PCI-E enclosures for USB-C?