Originally Posted by KaRLiToS Sorry
but Those arms are pretty darn ugly. I don't know if its your setup, but you messed up everything. I didnt have to scratch my head to mount anything. I prefer paying higher for quality Pivot than those arms.
Look at my setup, sometime, you have to pay more for quality. Its my opinion. And the arms you are showing are just ugly, better get the CrossOver.
Nice set-up. So the crossover supports rotation into portrait mode? Cool, if so. Just picking on you for pitching a Crossover on the Catleap board, though I can see why.
Not my set-up. I only have one Catleap and a 40" Samsung HDTV (mine is here
). The monoprice stand is being used to place the Catleap on the left of my 40" since there is no more space on the table. I didn't want to do a wall mount and with this stand I didn't have too. If I were to get a second (monitor - don't think I will need eyefinity) then I'd get a second monoprice to match the first. Due to the stands flexibility it will work with my corner desk and hopefully find other uses for it in the future. The only problem I have with the stand is the size of the clamp was meant for a thinker desk. I do like its look, though I doubt I will see it much behind the monitor once everything is set-up.
The monoprice stand is great for the price, same way the Catleap is great for the price. If I can get the Catleap without a stand for less money then it would be an even better buy. I'm the type of guy that will buy a $200 CPU and OC it and laugh at the folks that buy the $800 one.
Not because I don't have the money, but because I don't have to and I'm willing to take the risk. That is just me. If you like a deal talk to me, if you like quality, style and low hassle, get an Apple.Edited by sfsilicon - 4/22/12 at 4:58pm