If you're referencing my set up, I can HIGHLY recommend this loft bed. It is very very well built, just an amazing investment for six-hundred-something on amazon.com. This is the manufacturer: http://www.facebook.com/coasterfurniture The boy who actually built the computer you see in this shot pretty much went out and bought the exact same monitors the week after I got these, and mounted them in a pretty similar fashion. They are velcroed to the bed frame, which I modified slightly to remove a shelf that created wasted space, and used instead as a backboard to support my monitors (and inverting the back support screen segments), since the stands the monitors came with are junk (the monitors, however, are fantastic), and I have a clumsy cat. I placed a strip of anti-slip rug pad underneath, I'm sure it doesn't need it, I'm just extra paranoid about them being shook lose (this is, afterall, attached to the underside of my BED, lol). My old set up, they were actually velcroed to the wall itself (http://www.amazon.com/Velcro-2-Inch-10-Feet-Industrial-Strength/dp/B00114LOMM/ref=sr_1_25?s=office-products&ie=UTF8&qid=1347995503&sr=1-25), which was pretty awesome, as it saves a ton of workspace. The only downside to this set up is that I hunch over a lot, and it pretty much kills my back. Probably not practical for a tall man... I'm only 5'3", so it's not too bad, I roll everywhere in my room anyway, I hardly ever stand up. When I get my new computer built, it will be amazing, but I'll have to reverse my set up to show the pretty side of the case. No big deal, there was nothing worth showing off in this case, so the window is facing the wall.