Hi guys, Been a while since I've made a thread! I need to stop by OCAU much more often than I do. Anyway, I'm currently moving house, and am about to get a ripper of a desk - 2100mm long, 900mm deep, etc, and in addition to the two U2711s I have connected to the Mac, I want another four smaller displays, connected to a NUC I've yet to buy, and have them oriented as a big square, i.e. two on top, two on bottom. Someone on eBay is selling a really, really nice looking setup. It's a good 400km drive, but it looks like it will be perfect. This is that. Here's the pic from that listing, in case someone reads this in 5 years time and finds this thread useful. So that's the setup I want. Now, after receiving an eBay message while penning this post, unfortunately the monitors from this setup in particular are gone, which is a shame. But the idea is still the same, I will just source the monitors somewhere else. The stand will be the same layout. So I have a couple of thoughts. 1. The first thought, is using two (or one, if I can find a four port?) USB to DVI/HDMI adapters, but my Google-fu is failing me at the moment, because this is the best I can find. A $100 USD StarTech adapter that only provides two HDMI outputs. I'm pretty sure HDMI and single-link DVI can be passively changed, because the video stream inside HDMI is DVI, is it not? Please do correct me if I'm wrong here. Those adapters are just about the cheapest way I can find of getting four displays on a NUC. My goal with this little 'project' is to have identical displays, being driven by identical hardware. So, yes, there might be two or three different display outputs on the NUC itself, but they are just that - different. I'm sure it would be *fine*, but I really have acquired a hatred for Intel graphics. The hardware itself is great, nothing wrong with it. But I still experience software bugs I first came across in 2005, across nearly a dozen computers, 20-30+ installs, and multiple versions of Windows and driver revisions. Long story short, I would like, as much as possible, to not have to use onboard graphics. As for these USB things, I know their performance doesn't set the world on fire. Honestly, as long as they can pump out 1080p video smoothly, that's about the most I will ever ask from them. The alternative, which is somewhat more awesome, involves an eGPU, of course. If I could throw a GPU into one of these NUCs, it would very likely be a simple case of 'throw a Quadro in it and call it good, have a nice day.' This would require an enclosure, and this Akitio unit seeming to be the cheapest. It seems like the two dual USB things would be the best way to go, in terms of both money, and also the fact that I won't have to sacrifice my only USB-C port in my only computer equipped with said port, to drive these monitors! But I wanted to see if this was indeed the best, most elegant way to do it, or is there something better out there that my Google-fu is not bringing me? I suppose I'm after a sanity check as well. Thanks guys, keen to hear what you all have to say!