I came back to this thread after only seeing that 30" monitor to say that I am upset because I just down-sized my monitor and ChiefDelphi (along with everything else) seems so tiny now. My last monitor blew up; I would never voluntarily downsize.
Now you can’t see the cool things you have on the back corners of the desk. And now only your G5 has monitors and you have at least one computer that is monitor-less. Of course you could always hook up a KVM switch (I don’t have enough room for all that in my apartment (well, I could fit it all…but not easily).
EDIT: It isn’t 63" Dave! I found you out. You need to maximize the window for it to be 63". I can see Mars on the left side of the desktop, so ChiefDelphi must only be approx. 60". And if you really want to get technical, monitors are measured diagonally and yours are all lined up straight, so the diagonal line won’t be as long, seeing that the height of the screen is the height of only one monitor.
I did some quick math to find that two 30" screens would have approximately 200 sq. in. more in surface area than three 21" monitors. And the adjusted size of two 30" monitors side by side would be 59.39", while the adjusted size for three 21" monitors side by side would be 51.95". Sorry Dave, you have only achieved approximately 52" of ChiefDelphi minus a couple of inches of Mars.
But I do commend you on your efforts. (And you still have Elgin beat!)
(I used two 30" monitors, because it would relate closer to the three 21" monitors. If you add them straight, you obviously get 60" and 63" respectively.)