Hi all, I want to put up a display case or two in my study and am racking my brains on what to put in it. Then it hit me - why not display some of the most influential pieces of technology? I'm thinking mainly of PC hardware, but other suggestions would be appreciated! So far I intend to get the following: Permedia 2 8MB GPU: The first GPU I ever owned. 3DFX Voodoo 2: The card that bought SLI to the table (ORDERED!) NVIDIA GeForce 7950 GX2: The first dual GPU Nvidia card (well, the 7900 GX2 was, but no one has one and the 7950 is essentially the same thing) Geforce 8800 GTX: Ushered in a new era of extraordinary GPU performance and marked the beginning of good looking reference coolers. I'll pick up a BFG edition. (ORDERED!) Geforce 480 GTX: An example of how technology progressed but was let down by large heat and power requirements. Plus the reference cooler was pretty! Geforce Titan GTX: For the first time showed what a GPU could do when a manufacturer really 'went' for it. 8800GT: The beginning of the upper-midrange market for GPUs. (ARRIVED) i7 920: A sudden leap forward in multi-core CPU technology that combined hyperthreading and extraordinary overclocking potential. (ARRIVED) First generation iPad: Like it or not, Apple did change the way people thought about mobile devices. First generation iPhone: As above. Still fetches a high price First generation Blackberry: As above. I'm hoping to pick these up on the cheap on eBay, though some of them (e.g. the Titan) may take a while to acquire! Please let me know what you think would be good. Remember I'm not just after the good - I'm interested in bits that were notorious for being bad for whatever reason as well! I'm not experienced with AMD/ATI stuff, so am certainly interested in recommendations for that.