I apologize if this is a duplicate of other threads, but I work at a college in Wisconsin where myself and others have been fairly successful in switching many of our faculty members to Macintosh computers. Due to many professors using their laptops for design, etc, the call for Macbooks and Macbook Pros has risen by a LOT over the past year. Is there a docking solution for either the Macbook or Macbook Pro that would allow our faculty members to keep a monitor, keyboard, mouse, and speakers available at their desks with just 'docking' their Mac laptop, leaving them the ability to take it and leave whenever necessary? I hope that provides enough description. At this point, it seems that the 24" Cinema Display option might work out the best, seeing that it has a display, speakers, and USB ports, as well as the iSight camera for conferencing. While that is definitely a viable option, we have many HP monitors that are still in rotation here that we could use to save a little money before they're out of cycle. Would it be possible to have a simple docking solution with ports for connecting these kinds of external devices, or would it just be best to go the Cinema Display route from the get go? Feel free to post opinions, of course! I'd also be happy to clarify anything.