Hey guys, I have a pretty awesome laptop and I don't necessarily want to buy a brand new one (I'll wait until the new ones come out next month to make a final decision). My current machine is pretty decked out, core i7, 16gb of RAM, dual SSD's (removed the optical drive). My problem is that I have only one thunderbolt port and it's sort of annoying. I'd like to have a couple monitors hooked up, but I'd also like to boost the video card capabilities, and also take advantage of CUDA, and since my current machine has a 5770m it's not exactly the most elite nowadays for what I want to do. With that background, here's my question. I've heard of people hooking up video cards over thunderbolt. What hardware are they using and is it worth it? If it's sub-$1000 for the setup, I'll probably definitely do it. If not, I'll probably sell my laptop used and get the next gen Macbook Pro when they release it. Assuming they continue to stick with the nVidia cards. Thanks in advance!