s /Waste/Tax Writeoff (it's good to be self employed)
My eyes are worth it, especially when it means I can pay uncle sam a little less next year.
I've had two 20+ inch CRT's in the last seven years, and I find that they fail quite a bit sooner than I'd like them to, and size, weight, and heat production are also issues. I really doubt I'll ever consider a CRT over 19" again.
I always keep a spare keyboard and mouse around, as they seem to die when you need them most. Those IBM model M's are nigh indestructable, and make a great backup, especially at $2 from the local thrift store.
That pic was taken the day those screens arrived, and I had not had a chance to replace my MS ergo keyboard which died an untimely death *cough*brattylittlecousin* at that time.
My bottom line is this: there is such a thing as "enough" RAM, generally 256mb to 1gb will work for most applications, (128 is a little slim, exactnegative) but one can never really have too much hard drive space, or screen real estate.
So there, or something.