Ok, so while not technically iMac related, I am posting this here because the fact that we have a 21.5" iMac. Here's the scoop: my wife is a photographer/blogger and works from home. She spends probably 4-5 hours a day, every day, seated at the computer. Because she's working from home, she's asked that I try to figure out an option for a desk that she can stand at when she doesn't want to sit. The problem is that the current office is a loft, it's about 10' wide and 20' long. I've attached a picture of the desk taken a few years ago. She wants to keep the current desk & cubbies the same, so my options are: 1) build a desktop solution that the iMac can sit on and she just raises it to be able to stand, or 2) build a completely different standing desk somewhere else that she can use when she wants to stand. I'm leaning towards a wall mounted desk I'm leaning towards a wall mounted deskthat is "standing height". Is it feasible to run a cable to an external monitor (it would go into the wall, up into the attic and then down where the new monitor would be) and just have to move the mouse and keyboard over to the standing desk and operate as normal? We have a MacBook, but it's a matte display and 15" which she doesn't really like to work on. Obviously, that would be the easiest solution, but she doesn't seem to care for that anyway. Anybody seen any other options or have any other recommendations? I'm trying to make it as clean as possible and would love input from anybody else.