Something I've been interested in for a few years is external graphics. I've been wanting to make it work through Thunderbolt so I wouldn't have to buy a new MacBook Pro. However, I've been thinking of replacing it in 2-3 years, and the new MacBook Pros have USB. So, I did a search for USB to PCIe adapters and found one for $4. That's a lot better than $200 for an enclosure. That doesn't include the cost of a power supply, but I can get one for $30. So, for under $40 I'd be able to get an external graphics card adapter set. I'd like to know: Will OS X be able to recognize and work with the graphics card or would I still have to modify the kext files? Or are there some drivers I could install?