Enjoying my 2016 MBP-TB so far. However, there is one thing I find a little annoying. At home, I use my machine in clamshell mode connected to my Thunderbolt Display (using the TB3-TB2 dongle from Apple). When I wake up the machine using the keyboard attached to the Thunderbolt Display, no password field shows up under my user name (on my old machine, there would be a password field there, and the cursor would already be in the field, ready to accept my typing). I have to click several times on my user name to get the password field to show up. I believe this is occurring because the MBP is awaiting my fingerprint on the TouchID sensor (which is tucked inside the closed machine). It is not really a big deal, just adds a couple of seconds to each login. But it would be cool if the MBP somehow detected that it was in clamshell mode and offered the password field on the login screen as a result.