Hey all I have a few questions before getting an i7 6630M Mini in the summer. This machine will mainly be used for everyday tasks we're all used to seeing: web browing, iTunes, Skype, Office, the usual. On top of doing that usual stuff I'll be doing a fair amount of FC7 switching between SD and HD footage in addition to some pretty low level Photoshop although there will be a few decent sized projects on a regular basis. As far as games go I'll probably only be playing Unreal 2004 and the GTAs on the Mac App Store. How well do dual monitors work on the Mini? I've read people have had issues working the HDMI and Thunderbolt together. I plan on having the Thunderbolt connect to maybe a Dell U2410 or one of the other 1920 x 1200 monitors and the HDMI going to a cheapo $100 monitor used primarily for timeline probably through VGA. Would I have any issues? Despite Unreal 2004 being an older game would I take an performance hits from having the VRAM across two screens? Does adding a second HD and replacing the stock one void warranty or 3 year Applecare? I figure the i7 and 6630 should handle all of the above quite sufficiently right? Are there or will there sometime in the summer be a Thunderbolt splitter cable or something like that with Thunderbolt to Thunderbolt/MiniDP? I ask because at the moment there are no affordable TB drives but adapters like the Sonnet Echo where I can plug in an eSata drive.