That's a Sony GDM-FW900, all right-THE CRT monitor to rule them all for PC gaming. This one fortunately doesn't have any serious color drift issues like a lot of other FD Trinitrons of its age do, and I could tweak up the convergence perfectly with WinDAS. Follow that up with some calibration through HCFR (to get grayscale neutral through the entire range) and i1Profiler (to get the gamma sorted out), and this thing is just GLORIOUS.
Real contrast ratios that LCDs can only dream of, no native resolutions, refresh rates up to 160 Hz (it handles 1920x1200 at about 96 Hz tops, and 1920x1080 at 105 Hz), no input lag...as long as it works, I'll never need another monitor.
I have a different display I bought for retrogaming elsewhere, an NEC MultiSync XV29 Plus presentation monitor, but the geometry's screwed up to an extent I can't fix through the OSD alone. I have to live with either flared-out top corners or tucked-in bottom corners, and the whole thing's vertically arched/bowed upward a little (convex top edge, concave bottom edge). Then there's the messed-up linearity (a grid won't be made up of perfect squares), some purity problems alongside the right edge, and convergence errors here and there...
...but if you can look past all that, it accepts 15 KHz RGB and looks damn good doing it. I actually want to see if I can get it fixed up some time so I can build an arcade cabinet around it.
The original Xbox actually had some noteworthy exclusives, chief among them being Steel Battalion (yes, I actually have that huge controller needed to play it), but I've also gotta bring up things like Panzer Dragoon Orta and Jet Set Radio Future. There's also its tendency to have the best versions of console-exclusive multiplatform games, like the latter two TimeSplitters titles, not to mention all the cool things you can do with a softmodded one.
Xbox 360, on the other hand? Most of its noteworthy exclusive games are XBLA titles, and remakes/re-releases of existing games like Radiant Silvergun, Guardian Heroes and Virtual-On: Oratorio Tangram, at that. About the only original exclusive release that caught my attention was Shadow Complex. The rest are either just as good on PS3 (Bayonetta being one of the more bothersome exceptions since the PS3 version was ported horribly, while Tales of Vesperia actually is better on PS3, but that version's Japan-exclusive), way better on PC, or just games I don't care about too much.
Reliability-wise, my two Xboxes still work fine, but the second one a friend gave me had the infamously crappy Foxlink PSU (it's a 1.1 revision), which would spark and lose power sometimes. I fixed that right up by tossing it aside in favor of a Minebea PSU.