This paper presents the design, implementation, and lessons learned from developing a multi-surface VR visualization environment. The environment combines a head-tracked vertical VR display with a multi-touch table display. An example user interface technique called Shadow Grab is presented to demonstrate the potential of this design. Extending recent efforts to make VR more accessible to a broad audience, the work makes use of low-cost VR components and demonstrates how these can be combined in a multiple display configuration with low-cost multi-touch hardware, drawing upon knowledge from the rapidly growing low-cost/do-it-yourself multi-touch community. Details needed to implement the interactive environment are provided along with discussion of the limitations of the current design and the potential of future design variants.