Personal amp evolution

Seeing the over night success of the speaker evolution thread, it may be interesting to see what type of amp(s) we have all run. Same deal as the other thread-we will sort of create a puzzle of our systems you'll have to visit multiple threads to put everything together!!! ;)
For me I started:
Adcom GFA-565 monoblocks
Rotel RB-990bx
Jeff Rowland Design Group Model 5
Balanced Audio Technology(BAT) VK-60

either a CAT JL2, BAT VK-75se or Tenor 75Wp on the horizon.
I had so much fun replying to personal speaker evolution
I thought i would torchure you guys some more.

1.) A really bad integrated amp that came with
an 8 track player that i also used to run my first
electric guitar thru. It was so bad i used to get
that Black sabbath grind (some serious amp clipping)
without a distortion box. What a pile of SH**T! I
actually knew it was a pile back then. And i didnt
know anything.

2.) A Technics reciever i believe was 35wpc and .003thd.
My parents gave it to me on my birthday about 25 years
ago and my cheapskate brother was still using it up until
about a year ago. At the time I thought it was awesome...
I really did.. Again what a pile of SH**T! I just
flogged the hell out of it.. for years!

3.) A Kenwood amp that came in a rack of separates that
i bought. I used it for years. I believe 125wpc .005thd.
I knew it wasnt that good(actually another pile of SH**T!) but didnt know much better and it worked!

4.) Yamaha receiver I think RX-595. From previous piles
it was a big improvement.

5.) Another Yamaha receiver RX-630 that im using for
a pre/pro (yes another pile!) im getting ready
to upgrade to something much better.

6.) A Bel Canto EVO6. The only thing i can say about
the BC is i wouldent trade it for anything. I dont care
what anybody says. Its staying. Im getting another for
6 channels of bridge diff mode.
I am an amp freak.
1987 Harman Kardon Receiver(don't remember model)
1991 B+K ST140 (not much difference from above)
1997 Dynaco ST70(more engaging than ST140, light+lively)
1997 ARC D90B (more power, cleaner, Less dgangly, less engaging)
1998 Mark Levinson ML9 (wonderful amp, clean, warm ,involving)
1999 Mark levinson No23 (as above, phenomenal bass)
1999 Mark Levinson 332 (more detailed but slightly etched, could sound harsh)
2000 Gamut D200 (wonderful, light+lively, full of life like a tube amp but with lots of detail, no etch)
2002Gamut M250 (as above with more bass power+control, bigger soundstage)
1973 - Marantz 1060 (a basic 30w integrated)
1977 - Harmon Kardon 730 receiver (dual power...)
1989 - Adcom 200w/channel (played loud)
1993 - Adcom mono 300w (played very loud)
1999 - Plinius SA-100 (what a step up)
2000 - 2 Plinius SA-100 MK3 (used as monos for Dunlavy V)
2002 - 2 Aloia 15.1 (very smooth and detailed, but not enough for my room)
2002 - 2 Goldmund 28M (so far the speed and full base are the best I;ve ever heard... a great match for Piega C-40 speakers)
Fisher Receiver
Sansui Receiver
NAD3140 Integrated - alone
NAD2150 Bridged w/3140(still have both)
Adcom 5300
Acurus A250
Acurus A200
Aragon 4004MkII
Classe DR25
(I know there is better than the DR25 if I want to spend the money, but have been concentrating on front-end upgrades and cables, and DR25 has kept up)
Adcom GFA 1 (sold)
PS Audio 2C (sold)
Adcom GFA 545 II (sold)
Bryston 2B (sold)
Levinson 27.5 (sold)
McIntosh MC 225 (sold; shoulda kept this one..tubes were difficult to find at the time..things change)

Parasound HCA 1206 (current HT amp)
Audio Note P2SE (current stereo amp, w/black gates, silver internal wire...upgraded to signature spec)

desired stereo amp: pair of audio note parallel 300b amps