I work from home and got a MacBook Pro from my work. It's the base model because while I do some Photoshop and design stuff, the base is plenty. That said, I want to set up a home office, and am looking at getting an external display. I've been eying a 4K for a while (because go big or go home) and in my shopping, I quickly came to the conclusion that I will need a dock. Not only for the display, but also because my external that I'm going to migrate to the new Macbook is USB and the Macbook only has Thunderbolt 3s. In my searching, I've found that some docks only display external monitors up to 30fps. Which isn't bad, but I'm hoping to hit 60fps. All of the ones that I can find that have USB capabilities as well as hitting 60fps are ~$200-300. I want a dock that does the following (ideally): - charges the Macbook Pro - can run one 4K @60fps display - can plug in one or occasionally two USB devices That said: would a cheap dock like this one (https://www.amazon.com/Macbook-Thunderbolt-HomeSpot-Aluminum-MacBook/dp/B076BKF1SM/) suffice or do I have to get a $300 one? Or can the Macbook Pro handle a 4k @60fps display? Does it matter what kind of plug I get on the monitor? Help?