But I cheated. HP bought all mine.
I rarely do this at home, just every once in awhile if I dock my laptop near my desktop,
I'll use the laptop as one, and the monitor as the other.
At work, when doing 3D design, I really need two monitors. My viewport is one whole
screen, and all my menus on the other.
With the monster tool at work, one screen will be the user interface, another is stage
control, another laser control (for up to 10 lasers), and the last is Vision. They're going to
be on a custom bracket that holds them 3 across the bottom, and one centered at top.
All 20". We're using a 4-head PCI video card to drive them all, but the card actually only
has 2 ports.....each port comes with a Y adapter to split out to 4 independent monitors.