I've always been a DIY kind of person but I only just recently finished gathering the parts to build my first custom PC. I was on a tight budget so I got most of my components second hand off eBay, none of which is the latest and greatest. The graphics card that I went with is a EVGA GTX 770 2GB that I specifically chose because of the option to run multiple monitors. I'm using a 22in widescreen as my primary display and two older 17in displays on either side for a total of three monitors. I've always used my computer to watch movies but with the extra power that I now have I've started to get into playing a few games as well. So far, when watching movies or playing games I'm using my primary monitor only (no surround),which leaves the remaining either displaying my desktop or turned off manually. After stumbling across some tutorials on YouTube on using an Arduino board to make your own ambient LED background lighting using Ambibox software, I thought that it would be a great addition to my setup and a fun new project so I ordered the parts and they are are scheduled to arrive today. My 3 monitors are setup close enough together that the light won't be visible in between them, so I plan on mounting the LEDs around the outside perimeter of the group, but after visualizing how the completed project is going to look and work, I realized that having a blank monitor in between the picture and the lighting is going to take away from the added effects of the lighting. What wanted to ask is if anyone knows of a program that I could use to have my extra monitors work with or even as LEDs. Like when I enter full-screen video on my primary monitor, the other monitors would automatically go black and then display the ambient lighting effects on the side of the screen adjacent to the monitor in use. Even if the entire screen on each monitor displayed a single color in response to the primary monitor that would be acceptable. If no such program exists, the next best thing that I could think of would be some kind of audio synthesizer screen-saver on the adjacent monitors that reacted to the audio of the game or movie. Does anyone have any ideas? Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks!