I've been up all morning talking this one through. I was originally planning to use 3 Dell P2010H monitors, in portrait mode, for some 2700x1600 resolution hijinks. I found places online that had them for £130, refurbished, no dead/stuck pixels. So, grab a Displayport cable, a 4-way power extender, and all sorted, for a tad more than £400. Right? Wrong. Code: Dell monitor dimensions: |\ 9x | \ 20 |__\ 16x 20^2 = (9x)^2 + (16x)^2 400 = 81x^2 + 256x^2 400 = 337x^2 x^2 = 1.187 x = 1.089469421405687 Height = 9.8in Width = 17.43in Triple Eyefinity: 9.8 9.8 9.8 _________________________ | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | 17.43 | | | | | | | | |_______|_______|_______| Height = 17.43in Width = 29.4in Diagonal length (z): z^2 = 17.43^2 + 29.4^2 z^2 = 303.8049 + 864.36 z^2 = 1168.1649 z = 34.17 This is someone actually using Pythagoras' Theorem in real life. Shocked people heading to uni soon, take note. The above tells me those 3 monitors will give me an equivalent screen size of 34". Resolutions above 1080p should barely be noticeable at any sort of distance from such an epic setup. But that's not the worst of it. I'll have big black lines running through it. If I were to buy a 37" Full HD TV, I'd not have to worry about Displayport cables, massive power drain, or even speakers if I went for the HDMI option. And no bezels. Same price, too. Dropping to a 32" TV saves me £100. I know the monitors will provide me with better colours, and a higher resolution, and flexibility with rotations, but all the PC superiority doesn't take away from the fact that there are giant black bars running down the middle of the screen. Hi, my name's Will, and I've just talked myself out of an Eyefinity setup, because in my limited scope, it's a big pile of pants. How's your morning?