Monitors! The crazy topic when Mac users start to discuss what is right and wrong in the world of displays. Before I begin, a few ground rules: 1. Not everyone can afford or wants to spend $1000 on Thunderbolt Displays no matter how deliciously sexy they are 2. USB monitors work! They are still around for a reason, sure they may not be for gaming, but they can be used in a day to day use. 3. Lastly, I want your opinions! Facts are nice, but your opinions make this topic fun and wild to discuss. Okay lets get going, So I have currently a Windows 8.1 Machine I custom built a few years back, I could go on about the crazy specs but that is a waste of text/time. So basically I have 5 displays. 4 Desktop sized (19"-27") monitors and one 42" (netflix) monitor. I have two nVidia cards supplying information to the 5 displays (can support 6) I plan to rid myself of this Windows machine and move entirely to apple. I may purchase a Mac Mini or the new Mac Pro. I do not want to purchase more monitors considering I have 5! I read on the apple support site that apple thunderbolt ports (thunderbolt 1) supports two monitors, but the only use (real world case) that I can find is 2 Thunderbolt Displays daisy-chained. I want to power either 1 or two (if possible) displays through the thunderbolt on my Macbook Air 2013 (13") ( I have thunderbolt to DVI and a thunder to VGA ) and Then I want to power 2 monitors through the USB 3.0 ports on my mac. These adapters! Supports up to six displays 1 display per device. Maximum 6 devices per system Fully integrated into Windows XP™, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and MAC OSX Is this pushing it? I may just end up trying all this and posting the results. LET ME KNOW!