Let me start with the junk I have, then I'll get to my questions. Mac: MacBook Pro (15" 2011) CPU: Intel Core i7-2860QM @ 2.5GHz RAM: 6.03GB/8.0GB [❙❙❙❙❙❙❙❙|❙❙] HDD: 1.1TB/2.28TB [❙❙❙❙❙|❙❙❙❙❙] GPU: AMD Radeon HD 6770M [1024 MB] & Intel HD Graphics 3000 [512 MB] Res: 1680 x 1050 Audio: AppleHDA Power: 22% [1:45] OS: OS X 10.7.3 x64 Kernel: Darwin 11.3.0 Up: 1 day 7:15 Client: Textual 2.1.1 I also have two Thunderbolt Displays. So, of late I've been feeling the call for some gaming w/ these gorgeous displays (the upcoming Diablo 3 amongst others), and I highly suspect the mbp will be entirely inadequate to do it (from my limited testing, some games run mediocre at best w/ low settings in clamshell, it also sounds like a hairdryer when gaming). It seems my only option is an iMac, I was hoping a new Mac Pro w/ thunderbolt capabilities would have arrived, but waiting with uncertainty for an indefinite period of time for something that may or may not be released isn't for me. Does anyone here by chance own an iMac w/ 2 Thunderbolt Displays and do any sort of gaming? Does the iMac driving these additional displays significantly impact gaming performance? I would be playing in windows mode and probably have some other various websites/itunes and the like up on the other displays. I don't have really high gaming demands imo, I just want to be able to play the current Blizzard titles at native res w/ medium settings, I couldn't care less about future proofing my purchase or any high end fps games in bootcamp etc.... but it still has to drive these current/very soon to drop os x games at native res/windowed mode along w/ 2 other displays on a mobility card.... has to be faster than my mbp, but don't want to make an unsatisfying purchase either. My other thought is that maybe the displays will work with one of these alleged PC Motherboards w/ a thunderbolt port that are due out any time now, though I have obviously have no clue, and if they'd work w/ graphics acceleration from dedicated cards etc etc. In retrospect I wish I had bought cinema displays, I fail at the waiting game, bleeding edge technology apparently is not for me.