Hey guys, since I have Yosemite, I noticed strange things happening to me. First, for context, here's my setup: MacBook Pro 2012 Intel Core i7 2.9 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 2x 1 TB SSD hooked up to 2 Elgato Thunderbolt Docks with each a monitor connected (1x 2560x1080, 1x 1920x1080) I have these problems, one rare, one not: 1. (rare) Kernel Panics Sometimes, out of nowhere, my machine just panics. Most of the time this happens when Chrome is active (so it might be suspect to causing it, if any of you might have evidence for it). Here is a log after it happened today: http://bfx.re/cAvH/Anonymous UUID 1F6AD5208.txt 2. Graphic Anomalies On average every third standby wakeup that lasted longer than half an hour results in one of the external monitors either being glitched or not turning on at all. Re-plugging won't work (either HDMI or the Docks), only a reboot fixes that until the next glitch. The internal monitors works at all times, no glitches there. Also no glitches, when using only one external monitor. Can't recall having experienced that on Mavericks, too. I did an Apple Hardware Test which resulted in no errors or damages being found. The longest uptime I ever had on Yosemite without bugs or panics was 10 days straight. The shortest so far (ended in monitor-glitch) was 14 hours. On average, I reach 2-3 days. What might be causing this? Notes for the kernel panic log: com.karios.driver.DuetDisplay was not connected at the time this happened. I use that when mobile only.