I put together my time capsule of Macs these last 30 years. It all started for me one day while going to computer store where I would buy Atari 2600 games, and seeing the Lisa then I saw the $9,995 price! I told my mom I understood there was no way I could get the Lisa, but could I at least get a Commodore Vic 20. We couldn't find one and the only thing for sale was a Commodore 64. After that I struggled to get into the computing world but eventually things worked out one day! Especially, when I got a Macintosh Iix for $2,000 from the want ads! YES! All Good Times! (List your timeline for fun) It's interesting to me... Commodore 64 Apple IIe ImageWriter SE/30 Personal LaserWriter NT Macintosh IIx ImageWriter II Quadra 840av PowerBook Duo 210 PowerBook 520 PowerBook 520c PowerMac G3/266 PowerBook G3/400 (FireWire/Pismo) PowerBook G3/400 (FireWire/Pismo) #2 PowerMac G4/466 Dual PowerMac G4/466 Dual #2 PowerMac G4/533 Dual PowerMac G4/533 Dual #2 PowerMac G4/1.25 Dual PowerBook G4 (12-inch, 1.33GHz) PowerMac G5/2.5 Quad Mac Pro 2.66 Quad (2006) Mac Pro 2.66 Quad (2006) MacBook 2.0 GHz (13-inch, Late 2006) Black MacBook Pro 2.26 GHz (13-inch, Mid 2009) MacMini 2.0 (2009) Mac Pro 2.66 8-core (2009) MacBook Pro 2.2 GHz (17-inch, Early 2011) MacBook Air 1.7 (11-inch, Mid 2012) Chillin . . .