Curious. I didn't realize multiple-monitor setups were suddenly popular. I bet it provides for an efficient development environment, though.Hey, I've been rocking multi-monitors since I've had the resources and/or money for it. I built a tri-monitor setup near the end of sophomore year, where my laptop was the center monitor, it drove the left monitor, and a discrete miniATX board drove the right monitor. I used Synergy to map it together. Then at the end of Junior year, I built a 4x17" LCD setup, then later upgraded to 3x 22" LCD. I added my old and new tablets as two more LCDs above that row, and eventually a sixth LCD (a 17"er) on the top of the pyramid. Unfortunately, those have long since been disbanded; my home setup is the 4x 22" LCD that you see here. I always extol its virtues forbeing able to spread code, documentation, and tests across a big workspace without having to continually alt-tab back and fortth.