I was recently presented with the opportunity to spearhead a new venture, which will require me to have a decent work space. Unfortunately, that means I need to part with my 8020 rig, as my house simply isn't big enough for both. I was intending to take over my daughter's room when she leaves for college, but that idea got nixed. I really don't want to sell it, but it's just not practical for the work I will be doing. It is a great rig, very sturdy, very comfortable, and if you're reading this post, I probably don't need to tell you about how functional 8020 is, or the endless options it offers, in terms of customizing it to really fit all of your needs. I enjoyed the hell out of this rig since I bought it last summer, and I contemplated putting it in the my garage until I have the extra space, but that extra space would come in the form of a new house, and that's just not feasible at this point in my life. So, anyway, here is some info: I purchased this rig last summer from a fellow sim racer on the sim racing forums, and it was his backup rig. It has an awesome racing seat, that is very comfortable, and you can sit in it for extended periods, without getting sore or uncomfortable. I'm 6'5" 220lbs, and works just fine for me. The keyboard mount/tray/arm, swings out of the way so you can get in and out of it very easily. The mount/shelf for the wheel base is drilled for both Thrustmaster and Fanatec bases, and is fully adjustable, up, down, or even at an angle, based on your preference. There is a shelf/tray for the mouse, and also another for the shifter or handbrake. Both are very sturdy, and easily adjustable as well. The mount for the pedals is also fully adjustable, and can either be angled, or put flat. When I bought the rig, it was only setup for a single monitor, and the previous owner had a 24" monitor. I have since added 2 additional 8020 arms, and monitor mounts, and have been running 24" triples and love it. Again, they are also very sturdy, and have had no issues with monitors sagging, or coming out of adjustment. The entire rig is very collapsible, and can be stored away, if you need to. I have a 7" Android tablet that I used with Sim Dashboard, and that will be included with the rig. I purchased the rig for $600, added $200+ in parts to run triples, so I feel that $700 is a fair price. I haven't listed it online yet, as I'd really like to sell it locally, and avoid breaking it down to ship. After spending as much time as I have on getting to exactly the way I want it, it pains me to let it go , but it is what it is. ***Please note, this is for the rig only. The Fanatec base & wheel are sold. The keyboard, mouse, and monitors are staying. Although, the pedals and handbrake are for sale! I'm located in Crystal, and can send any additional pics or answer any questions that you might have. Somebody will definitely be getting a nice rig. Let me know if you're interested! -Adam.