Hi Everyone, It has been mentioned in some posts that Thunderbolt 3 will officially support external GPUs. However, from what I have seen in videos and other posts online, Thunderbolt 1 and 2 also share this capability. So what exactly is it about Thunderbolt 3 that makes this feature unique? I have also read that Thunderbolt 3 will also be backwards compatible with older models. Does this mean that my 2011 MacBook Pro will support the new eGPUs? Also, is it true that OS X is unable to output graphics on the laptop screen and has to output to an external monitor while Windows has this ability? I would still ideally like to use my MacBook monitor if possible. Thanks!