Its a nice idea, however as an experienced 3 wide gamer. (I have since abandoned 3 wide though) That thing is going to make it difficult to see my clock and part of my start menu. (Could be wrong with the distortion though, since they did not get up close from the PoV of where you'd be sitting while gaming) I always had the middle monitor as my primary. The other issue I see is that it leaves portrait users in the dirt. While landscape does feel more immersive...it is really down to which games you are playing. You also have to admit to yourself at some point that you are wasting a lot of power on pixels you barely are even looking at.
Also from exp I can tell you that your brain automatically adjusts and eventually the bezel just disappears. I will admit it was really bad when I first got into 3wide. I had 3x ASUS 246h monitors. The bezel was about 1.5-2 inches when the monitors were stock and butted against each other.
To combat that issue I removed the bezels on all three and that allowed me to overlap the monitors which brought the bezel down to .5"
This is an image of the gap with the bezels:
Here is without the bezel and the monitors are now overlapped due to the extra space provided by debezel:
Here is the ultimate results:
Never did grab a landscape screen shot. I use those monitors for work now and I am on a single ROG
Maybe one day I can 3 x 34" IPS. Don't think they have a card that can push 100FPS on 3x1440p though...some day. By then we will be on 4k or 8k single displays.