Hello Everyone, I currently have two 22" 1080p monitors connected to my tbMBP 13" and am in search of a better solution. However, the world of 2k (1440p) vs 4k (2160p) is very confusing. My usage pattern is quite simple: the entire Office for Mac suite (Outlook, Skype, Word, Excel), tons of time in Visio (in a Fusion Win10 VM running in Unity mode), web browsing, and streaming media for background noise. I typically have Outlook and Skype open on one display and use the second display for documents and Visio diagrams. No games, content creation, or the like. My main goals are to get more screen real estate (mainly for Visio diagrams) and to have a single cable solution that charges my machine and provides USB-A connectivity for my external storage drives. My thought is to run a larger, single display for my primary work with the MBP open as a second display for Outlook and Skype. I am considering the Asus H277HU 27" IPS display, as it appears to meet all of my needs (more screen real estate with 1440p, USB-A hub, charging at 60w). So my question is: is the additional cost of a 4k display worth it considering my usage pattern? Is there any benefit in spending an extra $200+ for a 4k display, like the LG 27UD88 for example?