Apologies if there is an answer in here already but I'm struggling to find it despite the amount written on this issue. I have the problem of owning a 27" MiniDisplay monitor and now also a 27" Thunderbolt monitor and I want a dual setup for my Mac Mini. What I do know is that I can't simply plug the MDP monitor into the TB monitor. This issue garnered a lot of interest when the TB monitor was first released in 2011. At the time it was shown that placing a Pegasus RAID between the monitors allowed both to be run (I assume in extended mode, not just mirroring). Since that time a number of TB 'docks' have become available and I'm wondering whether these will take the role of the 'device inbetween' the monitors. I figure that either the Belkin or the Elgato TB hubs could do this (with 3 TB ports (1 In and 2 out) they certainly have the connectors. But I can't find a definitive description from anyone actually running this setup (plenty of... it should work!?) Also with three ports there are two potential ways to set this up - either MacMini to the TB display on to the hub and then on to MDP display (ie linear), or alternatively the Mac Mini into the hub and then both monitors (more of a 'hub and spoke'). Obviously the first would have some advantage in leaving one TB port available. So I'm looking for advice as to whether either or both setups will work? Preferably from someone running such a setup. And then, if anyone has any advice/experience of either the Elgato or Belkin hubs? I'm pretty reluctant to shell out for these boxes without knowing it'll work.