So I know this went around a lot, USB-C is supposed to be a superior port, but I'm puzzled as to what I can do for this case: My team of 5 is getting new tbMBP notebooks in about a month, most of them are 15-inch and I'm getting a 13-inch (with touch bar); we each have a Thunderbolt Display we expect to keep using, but I'm at a loss how we can make them work with the latest Macbook Pros. USB-C to Mini DisplayPort for video, what about USB and Ethernet tho? Do we need to piggyback several adapters/dongles? Will they even work? Apple has a TB3 to TB2 dongle, which is supposed to work with the Thunderbolt Display, but with the addition of a power source? Some reviews/comments say it's not 100% working, tho. Sadly, at this time, ordering new monitors with a USB-C connector built-in is out of the question.