I'm just toying with ideas here. My situation currently - I have a 13 inch macbook pro (with thunderbolt port), and an older 24 inch Imac form 2008. The imac screen is slowly going bad, and the internal notebook-class 8800gs graphics is starting to show it's age, and can make things a tad too toasty inside when running games. It's an iMac, after all. I am trying to think about what an ideal setup might be. I use Mac OS X and Windows 7. I don't think I need 2 macs at this point. The 13 inch MBP is more then adequate. I am thinking about using the mac as my portable and a PC as the desktop. Where this leads me to, is the thought of getting a thunderbolt display. I really like the idea of being able to use it as a larger screen for my macbook, with just a thunderbolt cable. Clean and simple. I don't need 2 monitors, and would like to be able to use the same high res screen for my PC most of the time when the macbook is not connected. Can this be done? Google isn't giving me any definitive answers. My impression is that the Thunderbolt Display will not work with mini display, DVI, or HDMI output, period - it will only even theoretically work with a PC, if the PC itself has thunderbolt. Is this indeed true? And if so, are there any decent video cards out there which offer thunderbolt output - which in turn would let me ouput to the apple thunderbolt display?