There are a large class of head-mounted displays (HMDs), ranging from helmets to glasses to displays mounted on movable arms. These are also configured for use with VR Juggler with the Surface Display ConfigChunk, but there are two important differences.
The most obvious difference is that these displays do not have a fixed position. Instead, they follow the movements of the user's head. To enable this sort of head tracking, turn on the Tracked property toward the bottom of the Surface Display editor window. Next, select a position proxy for the TrackerProxy property (usually, you'll want to use VJHead for this). Now, the view drawn for this display will change as if it were hooked to a video camera on the user's head.
The other difference with an HMD display is that the values for the Corners property typically won't be the physical position of the displays (typically a few inches in front of the user's face). Instead, the HMD documentation will give display information, such as "108 inch diagonal at 4' distance, 4x3 aspect ratio". This information can be used to calculate reasonable values for the corners, with the origin at the point between the wearer's eyes. (For the above example, the corners values would be x= +/- 3.6 feet, y= +/- 2.7 feet, and z = -4.0 feet).
One other aspect of HMD configuration to mention is that some HMDs use two separate video inputs, one channeled to each eye. If this is the case, each eye should be configured as a separate Surface Display window, with its screen coordinates and so forth. Set the View property to "Left Eye" or "Right Eye" in each, instead of "Stereo". Consult your HMD documentation for more details.