Hello! I'm curious what advantages there are between Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 gigabit ethernet adapters. I have a very inexpensive USB 3.0 gigabit adapter that I use with my 2017 MacBook Pro Touchbar so I can access files on my NAS a bit quicker than Wi-Fi. I'm able to get a sustainable ~925mbps using it, connecting to my Mac Mini home server / NAS (using its built in gigabit NIC). It's about the same performance I get from my desktop PC. But I know that sustained throughput isn't always the whole story. Is there actually an advantage to the thunderbolt gigabit adapter, over less expensive USB 3.0 models?