Hello all! I've landed a part-time writing gig for a tech blog that will bring in a little over a thousand bucks a month. This is in addition to my regular 9-5 job. I can now claim computer equipment as a business expense as well as my home office. I want to take advantage of this by setting up the workspace below, a little at a time. My requirements are that I need to install Windows7 and Ubuntu in addition to OS X to test software applications. I do light photo editing in Photoshop (mostly just resizing and merging multiple screenshots into one image) and am not a gamer. My current setup is a pre-aluminum Intel 20" iMac, a homebuilt PC running Vista, and an ancient laptop running Ubuntu. Systems: 13" Macbook Air 27" Cinema Display 27" iMac Accessories: Kanex SnapX monitor switcher to share the Cinema Display between the MBA and the iMac. BookArc for Air docking stand. BookBook for Air case for MBA. The plan is to buy the MBA first along with a cheap 20" monitor and an adapter for DVI. After the first of the year I'd get the iMac and by then the Thunderbolt Cinema Displays should be available refurbished. Does this seem like a decent setup? Thanks!