Here is the history:
•Started using Macs in H.S. (some type of IIe "portables" I think?) They had the floppy drive built right into the unit under the keyboard with the "green screen". I'm sure I'm not describing it correctly.) I looked for it on MacTracker but couldn't find it. Perhaps someone can clue me in on that.
•College use was SE/SEs, IIx w/laserwriters, SE30s, IIcx and the LCII with personal Laserwriters
•After college on to the 5300CD
•Currently using 12" PWRBK 1Ghz 512 running Leopard
•2 400 Mhz DV iMacs for my kids to play Command and Conquer on during family "Game Nights"
•1 slot loading 350 Mhz Blueberry for same as above
•1 slot loading 500 Mhz Dalmatian for use as family jukebox piped to a stereo sending music to the finished basement and kitchen area/controllable via Leopard laptop screen share
•1 1.83 Ghz Mac Mini
•2 Power Computing-PowerTowers 400 Mhz
•1 Power Computing-PowerCenter
•various work Macs serving students' needs: Quadra 950, LC5260s, LC5400s, various PowerMac twrs, many many DV iMacs, Graphite iMacs, 1 Ghz eMacs, G4 PowerMacs + DP Macs (retired servers now serving kids)
•G4 Xserve I purchased off eBay (replaced all 4 hard drives and had it put in as server for K-2 Primary Center)
•16 G3 and G4 iBooks on wireless cart serving Grades 3-5 Elementary building
And that I think is all the Macs I own and work with.... Oh... and ONE eMate
•1 original 5GB iPod
•1 current version of iPod shuffle 1GB (for landscaping and mowing the lawn)
Nice to meet everyone and enjoyed reading all of your experiences out there in Mac land.