Well, I'm building a semi-small home office downstairs. The room it's going to be in is pretty big - has a bathroom, a door to enter it, and it's about the size of a 3 bedroom apartment (when you take out the walls).
Of course I won't be hiring staff (as of yet, of course) - that will be put in another office. But it's a pretty nice place to work in and is fully built.
Anyways, I am going to be putting a computer desk in it and then some Mac & PC's - I know it's a lot but here's what I have planned up:
Windows PC (picked this up 6 months back 'cause it was a good deal; 8GB RAM, AMD X4, GEForce 9600, 1TB HD for $799) - with 2 x 20" monitors.
Macbook Pro 13" 2.53 (picked this one up yesterday; was near an Apple place).
iMac 24" 3.06 (looking to get this tomorrow from eBay).
HP Mini Netbook (mounted on the wall)? with Nagios and SSH running constantly doing server tasks. It has my Verizon Broadband Card as well.
Windows Laptop (this one is amazing, cost me almost 3,400 last month - includes a 128GB SSD & 500GB SATA 7200, 8GB RAM, QX9300, 1GB ATI Graphics, 18.4" screen with HD and TV)
Some computer chair - haven't decided yet (suggestions?)
EDIT: I also have three servers sitting here..may hook them up with production since they're kinda crappy for selling. 2 Pent D, 1 Dual Xeon 3.06. I have Verizon FiOS so I should get 25/15 dedicated bandwidth (download/upload) and some more IPs.
What do you think? I know it's a lot but it's going to be awesome when handling support tickets all night .
I have the same thing without the headrest(you can maybe find it in the store, it was cheaper)
It's mesh on the back AND the bottom, so I don't know about you but after sitting in my chair for hours at a time it would start to feel really hard and hot and generally uncomfortable. This chair rocks because there is no hard "bottom" that has padded material on top for the seat, it's all mesh so you'll never wear out the pad etc, and also unlike leather it doesn't trap your body heat.
Anyway if you plan to spend a lot of time in the chair I'd give it an A+ review after owning one for a couple years now.