Prior to 2007, the Chiropractic and Wellness Center used small form-factor desktop PCs in their offices. These desktops were installed everywhere, including at the front desk, in their business office, and in their marketing office. Although the smaller PC chassis took up less space than a standard desktop PC, cable clutter got in the way of work surfaces. Work surfaces became harder to use, and counter space came at a frustrating premium. Not only that, but the surfaces were more difficult to clean, requiring either a complete displacement of the desktop — which takes time — or a hindered, only-partial cleaning that couldn’t reach the nooks and crannies. In a medical center, which has the highest standard of cleanliness, that simply won’t do. When those PCs reached the end of their life, Dr. Johnson became intrigued with all-in-one PC technology and decided to evaluate them as a replacement for the desktop systems. He loved the idea of reducing the desktop footprint and eliminating all the cables to and from the CPU.