As long as you don't mind sorting through its hodgepodge of user guides, the ProLiant ML310 G2 will satisfy your need for a solid entry-level server.
The VP191b has almost everything we look for in an LCD, but graphics pros will expect better performance for the price.
Adequate for general productivity use, Sharp's LL-191A comes up short next to 19-inch LCDs that offer more features and better image quality.
We wouldn't pay more than $200 or so for any 19-inch LCD, but if you need a smaller screen and can find Acer's p191w for that price, we'd recommend it. It's a basic display with no speakers or HDCP-support, but its image quality and sleek design make up for any lacking secondary features.
The 29-inch monitor features a panoramic 21:9 aspect ratio for $699.
The ViewSonic VG2427wm has a good assortment of ergonomic options and great performance, but its asking price is just a bit too high to recommend.
Even if you don't care that ViewSonic's VG2030wm lacks HD DVD or Blu-ray support, we can't give this LCD monitor a strong recommendation simply because there are too many better, more capable displays on the market for the same price. Its image quality is fine, but that's not enough.
The Viewsonic VX2235wm isn't the best performer and it's not packed with extras, but it's worth a look, thanks to its size and relatively low price.
The AfterShokz Sportz M2 will appeal to people who want comfortable headphones that you don't have to wear in your ears. Just don't expect them to provide a great listening experience -- for music, anyway.