The LCD monitors and the TV both have the exact same resolution of 1920 x 1080 and so also have the exact same 16:9 aspect ratio.
A 22" monitor with 1920x1080 packed tightly within it's smaller frame gives you smaller text and icons compared to the more common 24" 1920x1080 monitors.
The opposite is true of a 32" frame loosely packed with 1920x1080 pixels. If you have the LCD TV parked close to your face (as you would most monitors) the text and icons will look large and maybe a bit awkward to use. The larger TVs look better pushed back farther than some desks would allow.
What aspect ratio are you wanting to have?
16:10 (1920x1200) is a popular aspect ratio but most often found in premium 24" IPS panels these days.
With dual 22" 1920x1080 in portrait mode (not all monitors support Pivot Mode) you'd have an effective screen size of 2160 x 1920.
Two 22" LCDs side-by-side would give you an effect resolution of 3840x1080 and aspect ratio of 32:9
If you mean would the 2 LCDs give you more screen real estate for open windows it would give you exactly twice as much as the 32" LCD TV.
You could also look at the 22" 1680x1050 LCDs. They have an apect ratio of 16:10
2 of those would give you 3360x1050 resolution and 32:10 aspect ratio.
Only limitation there is lack of 1080P for Blu-Ray movie support.
But maybe its just gonna blow up what I have on one screen and thats it.
That's exactly what it does.
At the high end you have thelarge 30" 2560x1600 LCD panels are nice but at £1100 you could get 2 excellent 24" 1920x1200 LCDs for £900.
You'd have a choice of 3840x1200 or 2400x1920 (Pivot Mode) res for more screen resolution at a lower price.