As the owner of a deceased iMac (it was just shy of its 6th birthday when its hard drive died in September), I'll require a display to go along with the nMP. I can't really wait till 4K displays from Apple arrive (if that's not tomorrow) but even if they did, a 27inch model will probably cost more than I'm willing to spend at this point in time. I'm thinking of getting the current Thunderbolt display in the interim, figuring that I'll be adding a 4K display to it in the next year or two for photo/video editing. I'd keep the non-4K display around for gaming purposes, assuming that even the D700's would struggle to maintain a 60FPS framerate at 4K resolution and a 'native' 2560x1440 screen would look better than a non-native resolution on a 4K display (and the latter may also introduce scaling lag). Does this reasoning make sense?