Hey friends! Reviews on Amazon are unhelpful. I'm searching for a USB 3.0 gigabit ethernet adapter that will handle a full gigabit load. Reviews online show people reporting various models both do and do not actually see those speeds. It's possible that they don't; and the people who say they do just see "1.0Gbps" in Windows and assume it does. It's also possible they do; and the people who are testing them have disk/cpu bottlenecks. It's frustrating! So I'm turning to you all! I know that I can sustain ~900mbps to my server from my Windows PC; faster than I can obtain via Wi-Fi on my 2016 15" MBP. Have any of you found a USB 3.0 adapter that successfully achieves full gigabit speeds? It would ideally be a USB 3.0 (Type A) device, as I have all four USB-C ports populated (2x 4K panels, charge, and the displays in-built USB 3 hubs daisy chained together and then connected via an A to C adapter). This adapter would connect to one of my displays existing USB 3.0 ports. (The next issue is, of course, whether there's enough USB bandwidth to handle transferring large files from a USB 3.0 RAID array through a USB 3.0 gigabit adapter on the same bus. In theory; it should be plenty, since Ethernet will bottleneck the drives anyway.) Thoughts? Suggestions? THANKS!