Good morning everyone, In anticipation of an imminent refresh, I had a question. I just bought a Samsung Series 7 Chronos (17") laptop. It's a great laptop, but I'd really like a Mac (the hardware specs just barely edge out the Samsung). I'm still within my 30-day return window for the Samsung... My sticking point is this. I'll likely install Windows right away, and when in Windows (through Bootcamp) I need to be able to hook-up the MacBook Pro to TWO (2) televisions at the same time - so that I can give presentations for work. Basically, one TV needs to be a mirror of my laptop screen, and the other TV needs to be an EXTENSION of my desktop (so a typical "dual monitor" setup). Not being familiar with Mac hardware, is this possible? I've always leaned toward Windows laptops simply because the hardware typically includes both HDMI and VGA outputs - making the connection to the TV's plug-and-play. Any advice would be much appreciated. From what I've read on these forums, it's kind of "hit or miss" - sometimes it works well, other times not so much. I'm looking for an elegant solution with as few "adapters" as possible. tldr; Has anyone had success with this (specifically, hooking a MacBook Pro up to TWO televisions at once creating an extended desktop environment)? Thanks!