For the last couple weeks, I've been trying to decide on whether I wanted to get one of the Apple LED Cinema Displays to couple with my 24" iMac. I searched around online and found very little about how others liked that setup. But more importantly, I wasn't able to find any good photos of the two of them together and how it looked. I looked thru plenty of sites and forums, and all the photos on Apple.com have it coupled with a Macbook. Well, yesterday I purchased one and set it up. So, for those in the future that are deciding on this setup, I thought I'd post photos so you can get an idea. Also, some thoughts as I use it. (This isn't really a FULL review, as there are plenty of those already. Just my observations. ) So, here goes: As many have noted in the past, the two displays don't line up with each other. I thought this would really bother me, but quickly I got used to it. Photos from the front, close, and from a distance. (The one up close is on it's side, not sure why macrumors upload did it that way. Didn't see a way to turn it.) Also a shot of the back. So here are a few things I noticed: With the USB in the back of the iMac, the Cinema Display USB works as you'd expect. Basically a nice, big hub. That USB also carries the sound to the cinema display speakers. You can choose which speakers to use as output in the System Preferences. I found a nice freeware called SoundSource that makes it real easy to switch back and forth. I use this a lot because when I watch MLB.tv on the secondary display, I like the sound coming from there. (Speaking of MLB.TV, since the player for 2009 is Flash, you can't play it full screen on the secondary monitor while you work on the first one. As far as my research tells, this is a big in Adobe Flash.) Turning on a screensaver, plays it across both displays. However, the iTunes Visualizer only plays on one monitor while the other monitor just goes black. Anyway, back to the display. The cord is indeed short as many others have noted. My original plan was to drill holes in my desk to run the wire down, over and back up, but it's actually not long enough to do that. (I really like to hide cords) The iSight in either works fine, but you can't use both at the same time. Since the Magsafe Power adapter isn't used with the iMac, I was glad to see that it could still provide power to my Macbook Air. This is something you'd expect would work, but thought I'd confirm it for others. (picture below) Let me know if you have any other questions.