Part of a series looking inside readers’ studios . . .

It’s beyond me why people waste time on message boards debating the merits of hardware versus software. Come on, people: it’s 2005. Most of use a mix of the two, in different combinations. Check out Wally’s studio; whoever can identify every last piece of gear here, no matter how obscure, wins a prize. Well, not an actual prize, but you can trash-talk the rest of us or something.

Most important lessons learned from this studio:

  • Everyone should have a Herman Miller Aeron chair. They’re only US$649 now? (Can I get my insurance to pay before I kill my back, please?)
  • No studio is complete without a P5 virtual data glove controller.