Workflow assistance needed: Here is my scenario. I have a 2014 Macbook Pro with 3 external Dell 24" monitors connected to it (2 via display port and 1 via HDMI). I come in from a shoot and take my SD card, dump it to a new folder on my MBP. Edit, and then move to a primary external drive (passport 2TB). CCC then copies any new changes to another 2TB passport AND a 4TB G-Drive. All new data is also uploaded to Crashplan and Time Machine is also running. I lost 177gb of data last night due to a corrupt drive. Thanks to Data Rescue, I was able to recover it. What's funny is that the only reason I had to recover anything was because I hadn't moved data from my laptop to my external drive in about a week. My backup process was there, I just got lazy. So....I was about to updgrade to some larger drives anyway and since I just saved $1000+ since I didn't have to send my drive off for recovery, I want to up my game. I like the portability of my MBP BUT part of the reason I didn't back it up over the past week was that it wasn't at my workstation...it was with me. I am considering adding another iMac 5k to my house but this one to be used as my primary editing machine...still keeping my laptop but really only for portability. Since I have three monitors and they take up my two display ports (assume at least one of those is the Thunderbolt port) and HDMI port, I would have to unplug a couple monitors each time I wanted to connect my new drives to them (going Thunderbolt vs. USB 3.0). I could remove the center one and use the iMac screen there but would that solve my Thunderbolt issues? Looking for some feedback on my scenario here. Sorry for the length but wanted all information out there. Thanks in advance.