I know. I know...
You can always use the drawers and shelves in the old desk too. I just have this sort of "EVERYTHING MUST MATCH" sort of mindset. I love having things match. Everything ties in with the others around it.
The glass table should be close to touching the wall, leaving less than 10 inches away from the wall but it's not going to be life threatening or anything.
A-leg or T-leg is up to you. I like A-leg for this sort of drafting/engineer desk sort of look. I don't know why I think it has that look. T leg is more minimal, and it's easier to adjust height because you only have to adjust 2 legs for the standard 63" long desk without the extra corner/turn.
I've heard that the T legs make it so the legs extend out under a bit further so the tabletop edge doesn't touch the wall. The A leg depends on what height you set it at. The higher, the further out the 4 legs will be. T legs also cost a bit more. Each leg is $10 I believe, so it adds $20 to the Glass Desk and $40 for some reason for the left-corner desk.
Anyways, enjoy, unless you want more ideas.
What glass table? I don't have one?
Thanks, sounds like a good one!