I have an newer iMac 27" and I am very happy with the height and look and feel of the display as it sits on my desk. I just got a Mac Pro 8 core and happily decided to connect it to my new iMac in target display mode, because the thunderbolt display is shorter and VESA mounting it wouldn't work for me, it works perfectly, except for one huge problem. Bootcamp does not work at all. Zero. Zip. Zlich. I do lots of work in bootcamp, and I need the speed of it over parallels so VM is out of the question. What are my options if I don't want to use the thunderbolt display? I don't mind selling my iMac and getting a Mid 2010 27" iMac, which came with mini display port input (if the screen is the same quality), I just really don't like the thunderbolt display and want to use an iMac as a display. I also looked around at capture cards and nobody makes a capture card that has a 1440p input but I didn't look very hard (black magic does 4k, and their 4k card runs very loud so it wouldn't work for a quiet workspace, plus I'd be running 4k downscaled which would look weird). Does anyone have any suggestions? What would you do?