Howdy! I've been using a high-res 15" MBP for app development, and while the display is nice (although a bit of an eye strain), I'd like to invest in a single/dual monitor setup for when I'm working on projects at home. I haven't found any definitive buying guides, so I thought this would be a good place to ask. Apple's Thunderbolt Display looks very nice, but for $1000, I could literally build an array of six mid-range monitors. Even worse, the TD has no VGA, no DVI (inexcusable), and no HDMI, making it completely useless for my Windows machines. USB 2.0 and just one Thunderbolt port doesn't help the value much either. On the other hand, all of the other displays I've seen in various stores are manufactured so cheaply, they literally creak when I adjust them, and they are often lacking DVI and HDMI as well. With so many dozens (hundreds?) of different models, I'm also having a hard time sorting out the good ones. Please give me your recommendations for a display. I value size (bigger), clarity, build quality, and having more than a VGA connection. Also, is it worthwhile to buy one of those weird adapters for hooking up two monitors, or can those wear on the system? Thanks!