I moved the offending monitor to the other side of the room and used
another base plug outlet... That seemed to smooth things out...

as somebody suggested, proably grounding problem...

We did discover this AM that if we replace 3487 with a 3488 + SVGA
the problem seemed to go away completely... 

SO... I'm still pondering what to do... cables are installed 
in the wall(just finished that) soooooooo .... 

1. Use a long drop cord to another outlet... seeems to work

2. replace 3487 with 3488 which does in fact work(I don't know why)

3. Move the VP into another office(not likely)
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