Hi everyone! I just picked up a really good deal on an Apple Thunderbolt Display that I couldn't pass up to use with my Macbook Pro 13" Touch Bar (2017 model). It sounds like the definition of "first world problem", but i'm trying to come up with a "one cable solution" that would allow me to only perform one action when connecting it to the display and a charger. Right now, I have the Apple Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 adaptor to connect it to the screen, but that doesn't allow me to charge my mac, so I have a second thunderbolt 3 cable plugged in to another port on the mac for the charger. The question is - is there some kind of dock out there that would allow me to only have to plug in one cable into my mac and have the charger and display connected to the dock? The closest I thought I had found to a solution was the CalDigit TS3 Plus dock since it has a second TB3 port, but even in that scenario it wouldn't work since that port would need to be connected to the thunderbolt 2 adaptor and a Macbook Pro cannot be charged over the USB-C 3.1 port (not even the 10gbps one according to CalDigit). Is my only solution to use a Henge Dock and have the two cables (charger + thunderbolt 2 adaptor) routed through there? I was hoping to not have to use my Mac in clamshell mode to take advantage of things like secondary screen and Touch ID. Thanks!