Hi everyone, This is my first AnandTech post, so hopefully it's in the right place... Has anyone here actually used a MacBook Air 2012 to drive two Thunderbolt Displays? I'm interested in this set up but I'd like to either get some feedback from someone who has done it, or see it on a video before purchasing. My concern is that I currently use a MacBook Air 2011, with screen active, plus one Thunderbolt Display, and just watching the wallpapers fade in and out displays choppiness that I am unhappy with. If I upgrade to the 2012 model and two TD's, I would not be using the screen on the MBA. Dual 2560x1440 is a lot to push. If I need to buy the most beastly MBA to make it happen, that's fine. However, I don't want it to be choppy all the time. I don't do photo or video editing; I simply have a ton of windows open all the time and need the pixel real estate. However, if the computer won't be able to handle rotating wallpapers, that will bother me. I know, that may be crazy, but that's me. Unfortunately the MBP 13 has the same graphics, and the MBP 15 is too big for my needs. So back to the original question... Anyone here actually used a 2012 MacBook Air to drive two Thunderbolt displays? How does it fair? Choppy? Smooth? What say you? Thanks for your input.