In a couple of threads regarding the Ultrafine 4K, people have asked me if my opinion about the display. So here is a rather brief review/opinion, and why I think this is the best monitor you can get! I actually was quite sceptical in the beginning, not because of bad reviews, but like many others, this was not the Apple Thunderbolt Display replacement I expected. But I ordered one anyway. First, the design is actually pretty cool. It's subtle, minimalistic, and in that way very apple-like. As a Dane, loving minimalistic design, this is a huge plus! The foot is big, but is actually okay considering the extra stabilization. You can tilt the screen and adjust the height. On many displays, Therese adjustment just doesn't really feel right with the plastic mounts and bearings. Here, it's really smooth, and leaves you with a good impression of the build quality, though it's mainly made out of plastic. First of all, the resolution is amazing, and 4K resolution with a p3 color gamut? Come on, the specs are great for a photographer like me! And it is just as good in real life as you would expect! The USB ports on the back is quite a turn-down, with the limited speed. But there's a good reason for that since this is a USB c display, and not a Thunderbolt Display. And coming to the connector - it's a breeze to use! Like the larger model, it connects through the USB c cable with 60 w of power, meaning that you (in most cases) only need that cable. This leads me to the downside - the power. This display only charges with 60 w, making it to less for my MacBook Pro 15". So when I use CPU hungry apps, I actually loose charge while being plugged in. As a result, I have my charger connected as well, which is quite a bummer, but the only solution I could find so far. I really like my Uktrafine 4K display! I was thinking about getting the 5j in the beginning, but this is definitely sufficient for my needs. And I actually love it so much that i ditched my Dell P2416D and bought another one instead in The Apple Store in Malmö - apparently the last one, so sorry swedes But hey, if you have a better solution for the power problem, let me know!