Hi everyone. I don't know if we even know the answers to this yet, but with all the reviews out there, figured I'd ask. My bosses bosses boss, whatever, he's up the corporate food chain, wants a new Retina Macbook. And before I get the "it's going to be his work machine? Does he know it is underpowered?", yes, he and I have talked about it, and I think he'll be fine. He's maxing it out, so highest possible storage and processor. But right now he has a Thunderbolt display, which of course won't work with the new machine. So, do we know what sort of behavior the new Macbook's do with external displays? I thought I read someplace that it doesn't actually a second display/desktop, but only mirror's what is on the laptop display. Is that right? Also, when I'm shopping around for a new monitor for him, any idea what resolution I should look for? It'll probably end up being a Dell monitor, but I'm not sure what resolution the new Macbook can output. Anyone else know?