What is your speaker ownership history since 1995?

Used audio market is not the same again since on-line marketplace was born in 1995 (Fleabay).   What is your speaker *ownership* history since then?   

(showroom / friend's house / loaner don't count .. must be owner of them)

Let me start with mine's, from 1998 to current (*):

(oldest to current)
Misc Wharfedale (thanks to uBid hype!!!)
Newform Research R645
Magneplan MMG
Magneplan 3.3R
NHT ???
SOTA Panorama with Time Domain bass module
Rogers LS3/5A
Infinity ??? (first time I realize 'reference' in the model name means absolutely nothing)
Klipsch Klipschorn
Tyler Acoustics Taylo Reference Monitors
Tyler Acoustics Reference 1
Wilson Watt Puppy 5.0
JMLab Chorus 7??
B&W Matrix 805
B&W Matrix 801 Series II
Revel M20
Revel F30
Alon I
Alon V
Tangent R4
Loth X BS1
Odeon Double Six
Silverline Sonata I
Meridian DSP5000
Paragon Acoustics Regent
??? Some Audio Physics DIY clone
Legacy Audio Classic
Duntech Princess
Sansui SP5000
Altec 604E w/ mastering lab (The Big Red)
Tube ? Lab ??? (it is the sorry B&W Nautilus 805 clone)
Epicure ??? (its the one with an eyeball kinda tweeter)
Celestion SL600si
Avalon Symbol
Vienna Acoustics Mahler 
Quest for Sound SQ10
??? White van speakers, can't remember the name, $80 a pair
Talon Audio Peregrine X
Fostex backloaded horns (DIY)
Counterpoint Clearfield
KR Audio (limited production specials, no model name)
Avalon Eclipse Classic
Apogee Centaur Major
Ohm Model I
Dynaco A25
Oris Horn 250
Egglestonworks Rosa
Legend Audio Reference Monitors (now known as Von Gaylord ROTL Mk II)
*Nearfield Acoustics Pipedreams 930
*Wilson Watt Puppy 3/2
*Kharma CRM 3.2 FE

Pretty purpose-less, focus-less timeline, I must confess.

I have a lot of speakers on my list that were never in my main system.  I've always had a few extra little systems that I kept around for fun and comparison.  I tend to buy stuff when it's deeply discounted so the list price of what I've bought is frequently a multiple of what I actually spent.  I bought the VA speakers when BB dropped them 5 years ago or so and paid <25% of retail.  Almost everything I have was bought used or on sale.  I had the B&W N802s in my main system for 6 years and then traded them in for 2,000 less than I paid for them.  Not a lot of money at all when you look at it that way.  They were replaced by the Thiels which I paid $3,500 for on top of the $3,500 trade credit.  I don't think they've depreciated all that much since I bought them five years ago.  I doubt they've lost more than 2k in value.  

I went through a period where I bought the behringer measurement mic and real-time analyzer, made lots of bass traps and got everything equalized really flat.  It was an interesting experience and I'm glad I did it.  It gave me a good sense of proportion about how much difference the room makes compared to other things.  I do like tinkering with stereo stuff and I have no problem admitting it.  It's just a hobby.
I just thought I'd raise another analogy:


Notice that quite a number of guitarists (when they have the means) like to collect different guitars.  Why would they do that?  After all, if they were only "into the music" then guitar music could be played on any single guitar.

Except, guitars sound different.

And guitarists enjoy those sonic differences, so they collect different guitars that produce different sounds.

Same for audio gear.

One could say "but the objective of hi end audio is different: the objective is to NOT sound different, but to get out of the way sonically so you hear the precise choices the artist made.  Two different objectives."

Except there does not seem to be a perfect audio system of this sort.  (At least yet). And so we are left with audio systems that seem to reproduce different aspects of sound with different sets of strengths.  Given this variety, sampling different systems with different sonic attributes is enjoyable, just like collecting guitars that will sound different when playing the same song.

JBL L-100's   college days
Tannoy D-700 moving on up after graduation
Wilson Audio Maxx 2' s used ...but next level
Currently, and lastly...
Wilson Audio Maxx 3's.   Awesome.

But, you don't care.
Short list over a long period of time.

1969 - Zenith Stereo System
1977 - Dahlquist DQ10
1998 - Merlin VSM
2008 - Zu Definition Mk II
2012 - Zu Definition Mk IV

Interesting thread with all manner of fascinating responses:

1980 Acoustat Monitor 4

1985 Apogee Full Range with AR D-250 Mk II amps - Saved on heating bill

1991 Goldmund Dialogues with Janis woofers - these actually are marvelous with SETs.

2001 Acoustat Monitor 4 to present updated some years ago by Joe Curcio.  The amps actually are sneaky wonderful being OTLs and driving the panels full range.  With all tube circuits, bass is excellent with completely flat frequency response.  There is still only one sweet spot for imaging and depth.  Office system since the 90's Quad 57's updated by QS&D with amplification by vintage LA Audio SETs running 2 300's per side.