In efforts to maximize the usability and productivity of my desktop, I tricked it out just a bit more.
I removed CursorXP, Windowblinds, and WindowFX for performance reasons (and I got tired of adding SDL-based applications to Windowblinds' exceptions list). I decided to reduce the work that ObjectDock is doing by disabling its rightmost bar and bringing Windows XP's taskbar back (though the system tray and clock have now been disabled). The new desktop skin is courtesy of Windows XP itself, with a hacked DLL file that enables usage of third-party XPtheme files (notice the resemblance the top bar bears to Mac OS X - I tried a Mac-style bar program, but the ones I saw were either too advanced/processor intensive, buggy, or cost me money. So I made my taskbar to the work.
The dock on the left is still Stardock ObjectDock Plus, but the new dock on the right (which uses less CPU, and is more customizable) is RKLauncher. That one's free and is compatible with ObjectDock docklets (as evidenced by the Magic 8-ball and calendar docklets on the bottom of the right dock).
SysMetrix is still the CandyGlass1024 theme. My XPtheme is based on Mac OS X Tiger (with the Blue color scheme).