My little workstation wont fit in one picture, more due to the room outlay then anything though. So you be having 3 pictures to look at !
First from the 'front' of it, so to speak; main monitor is a ASUS XG438Q (3840x2160), which was huge at the beginning, compared to the ASUS ROG Strix XG35VQ (3440x1440) I had previously. That one is now my right hand monitor, mostly for Twitch streams but also if I play a game where super widescreen would be more immersion driven to play. The third one is a 'local' brand called Voxicon D27QO IPS 27" (1440x2560). The top screen is for my 2nd PC, it is a ViewSonic 32" VX3276-2K-mhd (2560x1440). and one day when I get around to it I be plugging in the PS4 to it as well (although part from setting the PS4 up, still not played any games on it ! )
Then here is the left side of the workstation, where my main PC resides. The case is Deepcool Quadstellar, which I bought end of January. It will be housing my new PC components later this year when I be upgrading it all.
Bought it because I liked the compartmentalization of it, left top side is just a huge hard drive cage (8 x 3.5-inch and 2 x 2.5-inch drive bays, with additional 3 x 2.5-inch bays in the case). Yes, I do like lots of hard drive space ! Below it are the PSU and cables, right hand side top is for the graphic card(s), or water cooling if one so wish. Bottom right is for the motherboard, and it supports all sizes. I also like the look of it, not the 'regular' look of a PC case, much like Jafo's ThermalTake Level 10 case.
And the last picture is of the right hand side, showing my 2nd PC, which is contained in a Fractal Design Node 804 case. The poor thing is not getting much used though, but good to have it around when doing upgrades on main PC or if MS decide to screw things up.