Do you already have the monitors? I'm betting you do... but ifnot, look into something like what I have in front of me now:Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 900u (et al.). They have the USB hubbuilt in and dual monitor connectors on the back. You then linkeach upstream USB port to a monitor connector via the onscreensetup. Then by hitting the key on the front of the montior toswitch video inputs, you also get a swtich in your USB stream.Pretty nice...
No I don't have the second monitor yet... so basically you'resaying that the monitor acts like a switch itself? If so, that'spretty nifty. The model of monitor you have makes me think it'sa 19", so can I get that on a 17" at a reasonableprice?
He's going to have one dual-headed machine and one single-headedmachine, using only two monitors. That is, the larger monitorwill be switched back and forth between the machines, along withthe keyboard and mouse.
The question that I had, is why he's bothering to put money intobeing able to access his Powercenter Pro, which should beseriously outclassed by the G4. I'm doing the dual-computersetup so that I can easily go back and forth between the PC(gaming) and the Mac (everything else), and I'm not sure whatthe use breakdown would be between his two machines.
Muffin, I'm sure you have a plan, but I'd be curious what it isif you don't mind sharing :)