I use the term issues as both are annoying but not problematic. Issue #1: Scenario: Gaming/using full screen applications on monitor 1(Primary) and watching something on VLC via monitor 2. Issue: When moving the mouse to the right, the machine percieves the cursor as being moved into the boundaries of monitor 2. This causes VLC to flash the 'control bar' as if you had moved the mouse whilst watch something. Intended Results: When a full screen application is running on monitor 1, the machine shouldn't be allowing the cursor to "reach" monitor 2. Additional Notes: The full screen application on monitor 1 continues to have uninterrupted use of the mouse, regardless of detection from monitor 2. Issue #2: Scenario: Any use of monitor 2 whilst watching something on VLC via monitor 1. Issue: Use of the mouse (Clicking L/R) on monitor 2 causes the Windows 7 taskbar to flash up on monitor 1 and does not disappear unless focus is given back to VLC via clicking. Intended Results: The Windows 7 taskbar should remain "behind" VLC when fullscreen on monitor 1 regardless of activity on monitor 2. Additional Notes: This issue continues to occur even if the taskbar is set to auto-hide. However, it does only pop up with a very small amount visible as if it were still hidden but VLC went to the back. Overall notes: OS: Windows 7 VLC: 2.1.3 Rincewind If anyone has any idea what's going on, please give me a heads up. Anyway, if you need any more details regarding any configuration, just let me know.