Piece of wood to mount your monitors to
The materials cost a little under $15 at Lowe's.
It'd be even cooler if you had something more interesting to mount your monitors onto.
Step 1: Position the Monitors
Step 2: Attach the Hooks.
Depending on the thickness of your wood, the screws used to attach the hooks may be poking out the back. To correct this, I just hammered the sharp screw points over to the side.
Next, nail two of the picture mounts to the back of the board. Make SURE they are level with each other. I chose to mount them in the same line as the hooks, so the weight would be centered over each mount.
Step 3: Install Anchors
It is very important that these two screws are level with one another.
For best results, install these screws into studs. I do not have a stud-finder and didn't feel like putting a bunch of holes in my wall until I found one. If you have the correct drywall anchors, then you won't have any problems.
Step 4: Attach Wood to Wall.
I found it easier to hang the monitors after the wood was already on the wall.
Step 5: Hook Up Equipment
And you're finished!
Now I have so much more room on my desk.
For those who may be interested. I chose to use hooks because there will be times when I need to transport my monitor somewhere and I wanted that option available. You can also use this same method to mount the monitors straight onto the wall (and save yourself $5).