I struggled for a couple years trying to find a good desk for my combined home office and music studio. Music furniture couldn't accomodate my office needs and office furniture (by that I mean "official office desk furntiture") couldn't accomodate my music needs and the dimensions of some of my equipment.
So I decided to build it myself from parts. I have two Galant desks and two tables. I bought the white, though you don't see much of the white surface because it's covered up by my music equipment as well as no small amount of "office clutter" stuff; cables, controllers, connectors, screwdrivers, and just plain junk I need to clear off.
Anyway, the two Galant "L-shaped" desks I got are arranged so that they wrap around three sides of my home office/studio.
My main desk is made with two Galant tables bolted together at the "thick ends" so that my cockpit's forward view looks over the "deep" side to my monitors. The added depth of the center easily supports my Mackie mixer controllers (which are themselves 17-18" deep), three video monitors, and two speaker monitors off to the sides. The "shallow" sides of these L-tables wing out to either side of my seated position. My personal wingspan is about 5' 6", and I cannot touch the two side wings at the same time (meaning that I am not feeling too squished in my home office).
I made a couple of riser-tables for my speakers and other junk, and these are positioned at 45 degrees to my seat.
Rock Solid stable, no wobbling, and this is due to the architecture of the T-legs and the tabletop "frame". I have three slide-out Ikea computer keyboard trays mounted into the main desk. The bottom of these trays just barely touch the tops of my thighs when I'm in my seated position (if I empty my pockets). The keyboard trays are positioned as follows: One at center with an ergo computer keyboard where I spend 95% of my time, and two at something less than a 45 degree angle to either corner. These hold my drawing tablet, iPad docking station, a second mouse/trackball, etc.
The side tables are also Galant. I wanted them for use as either added workstation seating areas or music keyboard seating areas, so I set about 4 inches lower than the main desk. This is comfortable for me for piano keyboard playing height. Unfortunately, the lower height of the side tables does not allow additional slide-out keyboard trays, which I really would have liked to add.
The desks are huge. And I need it to hide the miles and miles of wires underneath.
The Galant furniture was the only solution that I was able to find that could support both my IT home office needs as well as my music and art desires. I think I spent something between $500-$600 to build all this in 2009, and I have not had any desire to change it, not even if somebody wanted to give me the most expensive Argosy desk. So I guess that means "I done good!"