For the past year, I've been looking for a top notch, extremely comfortable gaming seat/whole new setup for my computer area. I've had a lot of ideas for a homemade one, or possibly building off of something I could buy. The main thing I wanted to accomplish with this setup, was to achieve perfect comfort, while still having great access to the keyboard/mouse (ex.: sitting too far back in a chair to be able to comfortably type). I had some rough ideas scribbled up in Paint, but when I was doing a little bit of browsing, I found the perfect thing that matched my idea. The only problem is, I haven't been able to find shit in stores that resembles anything close to this type of setup (or something that doesn't cost $10,000). Here's the perfect thing I'm looking for: Back of the monitor: Back of the keyboard: Now, it was a homemade project, built from an idea started on a blog. This person used "Kee Klamp" pipes/connectors to set this up, with a shelf for the mouse or other items on the right of the chair. The key points of this setup that I'm looking to accomplish are: the angled/very comfortable position of the chair with great arm resting spots with possibly a little bit more of a tilt on the entire thing (chair inclined more), the swivel and move-ability of the monitor (attached to a pipe), and the perfect spot of a keyboard (large enough table for more than just a keyboard/mouse) and leg rest. They even put great "list of items" that were used to make this (in terms of just the pipes): http://www.simplifiedbuilding.com/projects/computer-gaming-chair/# Another problem I would have, would be the PERFECT chair. Would anybody know where to start looking for a chair similar to this (but obviously more comfortable with great armrests)? Though I wanted to be certain, before I delve into this project, that I know there's nothing else out there like this that I could invest in, or even something I could possibly build off of. Shit, if I could find something like JP's setup from Grandma's Boy, I'd be like a kid in a candy store: Any thoughts/opinions on how I can tackle this project?