Hi there, I'm thinking about buying a 27" Thunderbolt Display to accompany my 15" Macbook Pro. Basically, the current MBP screen is a little small for some of the tasks I'm currently undertaking. The specs of my Macbook Pro are: - 2.3GHz i7 Quad Core - 8GB RAM - AMD Radeon HD 6750M with 1GB VRAM - Running the latest version of Lion. I was wondering if anyone can advise of the kind of performance I can expect from the 27" Thunderbolt display if it is hooked up for the following tasks that I use my computer for: - General day to day internet use and Microsoft Office For Mac use. - Editing HD movies in iMovie (and potentially at a later date, Final Cut X). - Recording music in Logic Studio 9. - Web coding in Dreamweaver CS5. - Photo Editing in Photoshop CS5. - Graphics creation in Fireworks and InDesign CS5. - Running a game like X Plane 10. - Running Bootcamp with Windows 7 and games like Flight Simulator X. - Running a game like Football Manager 2012. - Watching movies. Ideally I'd want to be running the above tasks in full screen mode. How would the MBP cope with upscaling the above tasks to the full resolution of the Thunderbolt screen, with good graphical performance on the video editing and games specifically? Ideally I'm hoping for literally no loss in quality. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated. ST.