I am in the process of trying various setups to help prevent RSI while doing computer work; I was wondering if there is any data that helps me decide whether or not I should have the same setup at the home and in the office? My Granddad used to say "a change is as good as a rest" but is it? To put it into number, do we know which is better or if there is any difference?
60 hours a week at the most comfortable workstation I can find
40 hours a week at the most comfortable workstation I can find + 20 hours a week at a work station nearly as good, but quite different (or even very different)
update: I have not gone into specifics partly to try and get to the core of some ergonomic theory, (hopefully applying to as many people's situations as possible) but also because I have not decided on what is best for me yet, and I didn't want to start a discussion about specifics and get the topic closed.
Even if money is no object and you could get 2 identical top end workstations, is that the best thing to do? To put it another way which is more important, quality (or following guidelines to the letter) or variety?
Presume also that I am taking enough breaks, and getting enough stretching and exercise in; I just want to know the factors relating to the workstation.