I've ordered and am eagerly awaiting the arrival of my new 15" MBP; however, I would like to have my solution in place at work and home of how to most efficiently use the new USB C/TB3 ports. Currently, I (probably like most) have zero devices that use either of those standards. My set-ups now are as follows: Work 2 x 24" 1080p monitors via HDMI 4 x USB 2/3 Devices Home 1 x 30" Dell 3007WFP via DVI-I to DP+USB 3 x USB 2/3 Devices The quandary that I'm in is how to best connect all those devices to my new machine while being cost efficient/future proof/less clutter. The most cost efficient but least future proof and middling amount of clutter would be to go all dongles. The most future proof and least clutter but least cost efficient is to go with a new USB-C monitor like the LG 27UDW88-W (http://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg-27UD88-W-4k-uhd-led-monitor), my current front runner. A USB C Hub (like https://eshop.macsales.com/shop/usb...56469094&utm_source=affiliate&utm_campaign=cj) is the middle ground where I could connect all my devices to the hub but need separate power for the laptop and the hub. The hub might actually cause the most clutter out of all three options. This does not even address what to do when I'm traveling. I need to figure this out very soon and order appropriately, because if I don't, I have no way to connect any monitor or USB device which would be a pretty big problem. Thoughts, opinions, suggestions? I'm sure everyone that have ordered the new MBP are in a very similar boat.