So, no HDMI port, no DisplayPort. On my existing MBP, there are ports which are either Thunderbolt or displayport, but not both at once. (Apparently they use different cables.) So, one of the gizmos Apple offers for the 2016 MBP is a Thunderbolt 2 adapter. Will that work with a minidisplayport adapter to drive a display? There's no mention of any displayport adapters or the like. (The monitor I have is old, and it has dual-link DVI and DisplayPort as options. It can't do HDMI.) Also, if I have a thunderbolt dock for things like USB and Ethernet, will that be able to drive a thunderbolt/displayport display from its daisy-chain port, or will I need a separate port for the display and for the thunderbolt goodies? I'm trying to figure out whether or not these machines are physically capable of being hooked up to the other hardware I already have. I'd rather use my thunderbolt dock (several USB ports, ethernet, etc.) than have separate dongles for USB and such, but I also need a way to drive a large monitor which doesn't have USB-C connectors. ... More generally, for the people getting these, how many things do you end up needing dongles for, and how much can you combine those? My 2015 is basically okay with a displayport->minidisplayport adapter in one thunderbolt port, and a thunderbolt dock in the other. So, everything I want to plug into it plugs in, although I guess strictly speaking the minidisplayport->displayport connector is a dongle. But I've got nothing right now that uses USB-C, so no way to do any tests to find out which of these things I'll end up needing adapters or something for.