First, I'm not sure if system builders was the best place - It's not really a project or general hardware. I could not figure out where to put it so if it has to be moved , np, and sorry I, like a lot of you I'm sure - work on a computer all day long , in addition to playing on a computer all night long For the time being at least, most of my time is spent in front of this thing. And I enjoy it. But spending that much time in front of a computer can cause problems. General health, ergonomics, eyesight, etc. There are general tips for office workers all over the net, but for people like us that can easily spend well over 10 hours in front of a computer in a given day - What tricks have you found to keep healthy and comfortable? What does your office setup look like? What chair/type of chair do you use? what custom mods to your desktop area/office have you done to make it better? I'm looking for any and all tips/ideas/thoughts on creating a perfectly comfortable and functional office setup. I make sure to get up for at least 10 minutes every hour or so. to stretch and walk the dog a few times a day. when we get back into summer i go rollerblading with the dog, which is fun Other than that basic ergonomics. I screwed up my shoulder in Basketball a few years back, and still have not fully recovered, this causes me many problems most people don't have to think about. just sitting in the wrong type of computer chair for an hour can put me in pain for the rest of the day. post pics of your area, and anything else relevant. my workspace: as is seen, I don't use a regular office chair anymore. I tried to find a smaller recliner,but the desk was big enough that even a big one fits in there well. It works pretty decent, and I tried to velcro/zip tie different things under the desk, like a usb hub, and the keyboard wires are fixed to the desk so they don't get wrapped in my legs or anything. obviously with a chair with no wheels, I have to get into the chair, not sit on it. it takes more effort and I am sure it will get more difficult as I get older but for now it works well for the amount of time i sit in front of this thing. I had a considerably top-line office chair but after about half a day it got bad. with my shoulder/back problems this has worked the best... so, any suggestions/ideas? It's a lot better now than my old setup just 2 months ago, but I think there is still room for improvement and I want some ideas! i'm not very original or creative for the most part, so help!