Hello all, I do some academic tech work at the school where I teach (we're 1-1 MacBook), and we've already started seeing the very negative effects of the lack of old-style Thunderbolt and USB-A type ports on Macs. A teacher with one of the new 12" MacBooks went through 3, I believe, Apple-brand USB-C to VGA converters without finding one that worked reliably. An employee at the Apple Store, where she purchased the adapters, finally said, "Yeah, they don't work really well." While honest, that was not a terribly useful statement. We ended up putting a MacMini in her classroom and are having her use AirServer, then running the video from the Mini to her projector. Obviously, we can't afford to do this in many classrooms. Now we hear that existing Thunderbolt-3 peripherals (does this mean USB-C docking stations too???) may not work with the new MacBook Pros. For schools with legacy equipment that requires VGA (or HDMI) and USB-A ports, these new MacBook Pros are an expensive mess about to happen. Perhaps Apple didn't realize that education, a core market for them, isn't filled with schools able to replace all their legacy equipment on a whim, and aren't even able to afford $200-$300 docks (are there any available that actually work with the new machines?) for each computer. Apple has really put schools in a bad spot. Are there other Mac education people out there who've had experience grappling with this particular problem? Many thanks.