I just tidied up and reorganized the Atari corner of my basement, and I'm so happy with the result that I want to show off a little!
On the left is my Mega STE, which is equipped with 4MB RAM, internal 200MB hard drive and HD floppy drive. The monitor is an SC1224. This is used for occasional gaming (most of the games I enjoy are compatible), as well as BBSing by Telnet, via a null-modem cable to my Linux PC.
On the right is a Falcon030, which is equipped with a CT63 accelerator running at 95MHz, 128MB SDRAM and 14MB ST RAM. It has an internal 20GB IDE hard drive (from an old iPod - very quiet and plenty fast enough), and the SCSI chain consists of a CD-ROM drive, ZIP 100 drive and DaynaLink SCSI Ethernet adapter. The mouse is a Logitech optical USB mouse connected by way of a PeST interface. Monitor is a 19" LCD - waiting for my CTPCI to arrive, so I can start using a Radeon graphics card.
The external ATX PSU will most likely be replaced with an internal PicoPSU at some point, but I still haven't decided whether to re-case the Falcon in a desktop or tower case, or keep it more or less original. If I decide to go with the desktop solution, I'll most likely have to go with some kind of external enclosure for PCI cards when my CTPCI arrives.