Well, as I thunked might be the case, the new monitor being a different resolution than the other one looks funky to me. The fact that the CADCAM 'puter video card supports 2 monitors hasn't helped, but that could be because I don't understand how to set it up in Windows 10, and/or how use it correctly, and/or Aspire doesn't have 2 independent monitor support.
For now, I'll use the new BenQ on the "general" computer till I can get another of the same BenQ, and use the old "general" monitor, which matches the other CADCAM monitor, as the 2nd.
I'm looking at monitor stands like Randall suggests... My desk is full of monitors now, and I have little room to make a mess with stacks of papers. It's probably going to be this one: https://www.amazon.com/Loctek-Curved-LE ... 9%3ALoctek