My ideal setup would be a MacBook Pro and Retina 5K Thunderbolt Display. But, it sounds like there's no chance that will happen this year given that Skylake doesn't support DisplayPort 1.3 which is needed to drive 5K over SST (Single-Stream Transport). The 3 questions I have are as follows: 1.) Would Apple consider releasing a 5K Thunderbolt Display over MST (Multi-Stream Transport) that uses Thunderbolt 3 and DisplayPort 1.2 and live with that like Dell has with its 5K display? 2.) Does Apple have any tech tricks up it's sleeve like the 5K iMac's custom timing controller that would allow for a 5K Thunderbolt Display with great performance over a single cable despite DP 1.2's limitations? 3.) Would Apple consider a 4K Thunderbolt Display and just take people's money while they wait for Intel to adopt DisplayPort 1.3? I really don't want to wait until Cannon Lake for the possibility of this setup, but given that Apple has essentially abandoned it's display business (somehow still savagely selling a 2011 27" Thunderbolt Display for $999 in 2016), the wait may be longer.