I've always preferred the so-called "desktop" ("pizza-box") design. Because I have two monitors, and have used two for ten years, I have always preferred the space-saving virtues of the desktop; one of the monitors goes on top. Someone says, "Why don't you put the computer under your desk?"; my reply is, "Then where do I put the big laser printer?" With all the stuff I have attached, space is really an issue. Being able to stack equipment helps a lot.<br><br>John<br><br>
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