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Not expecting much response here... but I'm happy for any help at all.
There are a number of other layers available on top of VNC as well. I happen to have 2 monitors, but only one mouse/keyboard set. So, I plug my linux box and my windows box into different monitors and use a little VNC layer called "X2VNC" to basically get the effect of a dual screen display across two operating systems (when I move the mouse off the right side of one monitor, it goes to the left side of the other monitor, and keyboard focus switches too). There is also a Win2VNC if you have two windows computers.
I've never used VNC with a mac, but it should work just fine. Just another option available for you.