We just recently moved and I am in the process of getting my man cave / computer room together. This is slow going right now because I'm in the middle of a bunch of stuff at work that is consuming a majority of my time. A month or so back I moved my server and data rack down to the basement. I don't know anyone near by so I got to do it on my own, loads of fun! A majority of that is in but now I need to get them wired together and then get a bunch of the house wiring done too. This past weekend I gave my wife her sewing table back after buying a Ikea Galant corner desk. I was going to go with a Jerker again but ended up with the Galant. I had a couple jerkers at the past place but I sold one and took the other to work. Really nice desks but I think the Galant better suits my needs. I am now looking for another Galant with birch finish for the other side of the room. That is where I will put my build station, soldering station, etc. I was also able to hit the container store in Denver this past weekend to pick up some tubs to start organizing in. For the past few years a majority of my little stuff has been stuffed in large rubbermaid buckets which made the stuff hard to find. I plan on picking up some sort of shelf to put the tubs on so all of my "junk" is readily accessible. Here are a few pictures of the Ikea Galant and monitor arm. At this point I only have three 17" monitors to hang on it but that will be changing soon. I left enough room to go all the way up to 24" monitors though I think I may go with something smaller. I started with a single Ikea Galant but picked up another to hold my soldering station and such. Needed something for background noise and training video here and there so I ran down this 40" Phillips LCD TV. I ended up with three 23" Dell Ultrasharp monitors. The mount is semi custom. I used a Chief KTA325B Triple Monitor arm and attached it to a 1.5: steel pipe and secured it to the desk with a floor flange. My Wife gave me a funny look when I started hanging the ladder rack. I made 24 runs between the data rack and the server rack. Today I picked up a couple office chairs which are far more comfortable than what I had. I still have quite a bit to do. - Pick up a couple chairs for the back of the room. - Run power / Ethernet / etc to the back of the tv through the wall - Install longer video cables and then clean up all the wiring - Install D-Rings to guide the Ethernet runs.