That’s screen one. Now get cards and monitors for screens two and three.
Then, since that will have used up a lot of your slots, get a breakout box to give you extra card slots.
The first of which you can fill with a fast-and-wide SCSI card. Which you’ll need for your RAID system. RAID level 1 is quite cool. If one drive fails, everything got written to the second drive (redundant drive) and so you just replace the dead drive and run a routine to copy everything over to it from the remaining drive and you haven’t lost any data.
You’ll also appreciate RAID when you’re using your digital video system. Put the video digitizing card in one of the remaining slots. If your onboard audio digitizing capabilities are of less than impressive quality, pick up one of those, too.
Now you’ve got stuff to put on those DVD-RAM disks you’re burning.
Anyone else got a budget they wanna ruin?