Hi guys, I currently own a 2016 15" MBP TB (with the basic graphic card and processor) since January and so far, I'm really happy with it. I spent 6 months in New Zealand for a student exchange and that's actually why I bought my laptop: because I was on travel. About 2 years ago, I bought a 2013 27" iMac which was my main computer before owning my MacBook. I'm now towards a dilemma because I don't know if one machine or two machines would be enough for my needs (basic stuff like browsing the web and Office and sometimes dealing with 4K videos and retouching pictures). I'm going to the uni next year and will stay in a student room during the week and come back home every weekend, I'm of course not planning to move my desktop with me every time, that's why I've got my MBP. So, the question is: should I sell my iMac (or even give it to my father whose iMac is old and quite slow...doesn't have a FD or SSD) and then buy a 4K (or 5K but the reviews on the LG Ultrafine are not so positive) external display? I'll then connect it to a Thunderbolt 3 dock in order to enjoy the USB 3 ports at their full speed (the 4K display taking a big portion of the bandwidth). Or is it maybe better, for my father and I, that he buys a new 2017 5K iMac (which will be at least $500 more for us than buying a new 4K monitor + dock + cables) and that I keep my current iMac? What are the advantages for a student of having a desktop (not 4K/5K) and a laptop? Thanks in advance!