behavior studies when it comes to the way people work with their computers has always been a casual interest for me. Lots of people love their mice and dual monitors.
I'm anti-mouse most of the time, and I run everything maximized and just alt+tab my way to the program I want. I blame the "task switching" days of DOS 5.
As for dual monitors, when i DO use my mouse and because I'm always maximized, I rely a lot on the screen boundries. Closing windows is easy, just push the mouse all the way to the upper right and click. That's about all I mouse for most of the time, unless I'm surfing the web - then I do more clicking.
It's so much slower to mouse than to type for me. Taking my hand off the keyboard, grabbing the mouse, figuring out where the cursor currently is, moving it to where i want it, clicking, letting go of the mouse, relocating the home keys on the keyboard and typing is a whole heck of a lot slower than ctrl+alt+shift+e (a shortcut i setup and use for my browser). I blame this trait on my being a coder and spend most of my time typing weird combinations of characters that make no sense to the uninitiated. When I'm in a groove with coding, it's frustrating to have to pause for a mouse movement (an MM?). :P
Glad you found that tool, Jeff. Everyone should be comfortable with their systems and I'm glad the ability to customize exists