questionscan anyone suggest a good sit and stand desk?

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My advice would be to get a used solid wood desk from a garage/estate sale or goodwill and spend your $ on a keyboard tray + monitor arm.

This would be a good site to look at options available:
http://www.ergoware.com/

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SIT-TO-STAND DESKS ARE THE MOST EXPENSIVE VERSION OF THIS CONCEPT. THEY RANGE FROM ABOUT $2000 (AMAZON) TO OVER $8000 (STEELCASE). IF YOU HAVE ROOM,ITS CHEAPER BY FAR TO BUY (AMAZON, AGAIN)OR BUILD A DESKTOP THAT STAYS OVER/ON THE TREADMILL AND THEN HAVE SEPARATE MONITOR, KEYBOARD AND MOUSE ON YOUR SITTING DESK. LOTS OF PLANS FOR BUILDING ONLINE (FROM $39.00 AND UP), JUST GOOGLE "TREADMILL DESK." IF YOU ARE SKEPTICAL (AND YOU'D BE A FOOL NOT TO BE): 1. READ THE POSTS AFTER YOU GOOGLE, PLUS "MOVE A LITTLE, LOSE A LOT," BY PROF JAMES LEVINE OF MAYO CLINIC; AND THEN GO TO YOUR GYM AND TRY DOING STUFF WHILE WALKING SLOWLY (ABOUT 1.0 - 1.5 MPH);EG,READING, WATCHING TV, ETC. IT TAKES AWHILE TO BE ABLE TO TYPE WHILE WALKING, BUT MOST PEOPLE CAN LEARN TO DO IT (BUT IF YOU THINK MAYBE NOT, START WITH STANDING AND THEN A BALANCE BOARD (SPORTS AUTHORITY, $25). SAFETY: USE THE SAFETY CORD. WE HAVE TO STAND UP FOR OUR LIVES! WORKERS OF THE WORLD UNITE! WE HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE BUT OUR FLAB!