I have posted videos of the past of XGL in action but I think this one takes the cake. Initially the video isn’t anything special and just drags some windows between the two desktops. However, I was unexpectedly amazed and how smooth the “cube view” looked when it spanned across both monitors. It is definitely pretty impressive! There are several guides available on walking you through how to install XGL & Compiz. This is a good one if you are running openSuse 10.1 and check this one out if you are running Ubuntu. If you’re familiar with Linux then it will be a breeze to setup but it may take a little additional thinking for those of us who don’t use Linux everyday. News Source: Digg