I use a desk (dm screen and laptop up and open) and side leaf for all the books and journals (running 3 different campaigns based on player availability). Players play around two 3'x8' folding tables next to desk and the table is full of the buffet of food they bring and gaming supplies. The battle map is on the 32" tv on the wall. I use D20Pro and run my wife's laptop as a client for players to use. They still roll everything using real dice, nothing beats that. And we use d20pro for measuring distance and laying down spell templates or area of effect. I use pyromancers website to build custom maps, and have purchased about ten PDF maps off of Paizo.com for use as well.
The other two groups i have play online from across two provinces in Canada and use d20pro exclusively. So no table for that. Just the desk.
Hoping to finish nerd cave soon and have a bigger tv (55"-60"), and custom table with drawers and shelves for each player. Also, players chip in for gaming materials (adventure paths) and rule books i purchase. And they are also funding the custom table so i hope to put custom engraved trophy plaques at each players seat if they helped fund the table.