Hello! I am looking for all opinions on a dilemma that I might be in. I am coming into the Mac world as a noob after a 25+ year stent in PC land. This past April I bought a MacBook Pro 15 inch retina base spec laptop (the $1999.00 one). I must say that this thing is the fastest and best computer I have ever owned! Besides doing basic web surfing, emails, and writing document using Office 365, I am a heavy Adobe CC user; primarily with Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, and Muse. This is not for work, but rather I do it for non-profits organizations. For the most part, I mainly do this type of work in one location, but from time to time I will take it with me (meaning outside the house or in the living room). To make a long story short I am looking into purchasing a second computer as a backup (from my PC days having a laptop as a backup saved me several times when my desktop went down). And this is where the dilemma comes into play I am really digging the Apple Thunderbolt (TB) Display as an external monitor because it acts like a docking station with a great display. With this is mind, my idea is to have the rMBP 15 as a desktop computer and purchase a MacBook or MacBook Air as a backup/take it where ever I go (no heavy usage with Adobe CC apps, but light/medium work with Adobe CC apps). So I will have two laptops rather than my old PC way where I had one desktop and a laptop. From an Apple perspective, would this setup be feasible (the 15 rMBP acting like a desktop connected to the TB, and the rMB or MBA being a second/carry anywhere computer) for this type of work? Or should just scrap the TB display (I heard that it's behind the times technology-wise) , scrap together $700.00 ($1000+$700) and apply it to getting an iMac 27 inch as a primary computer, and keep the 15 rMBP as a secondary computer? Sorry for the dumb questions, but still new Apple world I have heard and read Apple laptops are just as good and in some instances better that iMacs due to their base models have the SSD already included. Thank you!