What I really want is a computer dock based on Thunderbolt. Is anyone building something like this? * Plug a single (Thunderbolt) cable into my laptop. Dock has a bunch of connectors: * USB -- personally, I don't care if they are 2.0 or 3.0. I just want to be able to plug in my keyboard and mouse, and other USB gadgets I have (maybe an external DVD or even Blu-ray writer). * Firewire, USB 3.0, or even better yet, eSATA -- something I can plug large fast external hard drives into. * At least two monitor connections -- could be mini displayPort, HDMI, or DVI or even better all three. Should be able to drive at least 2560 x 1600. Extra points if I can drive three monitors, but even two would make me happy if the laptop screen was still active. * Audio (optional) - an analog headphone jack, line in, microphone and line in, and optical digital in and out would be nice. But I could always get something that plugs into USB to do this. * A Thunderbolt connector so I can plug other Thunderbolt peripherals into the dock (if/when they become available). How hard can it be to make something like this? I would be willing to pay a BUNCH of money for it. Why? I do work where I need lots of screen real estate and disk space, so I own a Mac Pro with three 30 inch monitors. But I can't take that with me so I also have to own a notebook. My notebook is powerful enough that I could use it as my main computer, but it can only drive one external monitor. Plus it is a pain having to plug and unplug a bunch of cables to my notebook and the lack of expandability. Not to mention having to deal with keeping my two computers in sync. With a decent Thunderbolt dock, I wouldn't have to buy a Mac Pro, so the dock could be expensive and still save me a ton of money. And would be far more convenient.