Howdy. I am considering buying a new 2016 15" Macbook Pro with Touch Bar (to replace my late 2008 Mac Pro desktop computer with three external 24" displays, all 1920x1200). As I understand it, the new Macbook Pro has four USB type C connectors. If I use one for power and the other three for the three 24" external displays, does this mean I can't plug any accessories in? (like SD card reader, backup hard drive, iPhone/iPad, etc.) Or is there a way to chain something so that I can use an external hub or have a free port or two on the Macbook Pro? I can't figure out with certainty how this works. I'd also hate to have to plug/unplug four things every time I want to take the laptop with me. Lastly, I assume I can use the Macbook Pro to drive three external displays as extended desktops (not mirrors). Any idea how the performance will be? Mind you, I'm coming from a 2008 Mac Pro and I'm not going to be playing games -- I use Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Microsoft Office Suite, and web browsers primarily. My late 2008 Mac Pro is still zippy driving three displays, I want to make sure I'm not downgrading my experience. I'd be ordering the new MBP with both the optional 2.9GHz i7 AND the Radeon Pro 460. Thanks!