Since I am on campus 12 or more hours in or between classes on several days I was thinking seriously about replacing one of my desktops with a desktop replacement laptop I can take to class. When I used to travel 200+ days a year I had a dell laptop which had a docking station I could keep in my office. Just toss the laptop on when I was there and use the keyboard/mouse, full monitor, and printer/scanner. I didn't even have to open the laptop, just treat it as a tower. I was trying to find something similar for a laptop capable of actually doing cad and heavy compiling but was coming up short. The closest thing I could find was this, which uses a thunderbolt port and also a usb port with an adapter? I want to be able to utilize my two 4k60hz monitors. Do any of you have experience with these or similar docking stations that don't suck? I have a Targus one I paid $200 for several years ago and it was simply terrible. Trying to not make that mistake again.