Here's my list: Icom IC-T90A - My first HT and one of my favorites user interfaces. Unfortunately I had one of the early models that had such bad intermod, it was unusable on 2m in L.A. Yaesu VX-5r - only had this one for a short time. It might have been a loaner, I don't remember Yaesu VX-6r - Used it for a while and traded it for something, I don't remember what Yaesu VX-7r - Got stolen before it was very old. The biggest complaint that I had with the VX-5,6,7r was that the user interface wasn't very intuitive. If you didn't have a photographic memory, you weren't going to remember how to do certain features. They were always pretty rugged and reliable, though. Kenwood TH-F6a - one of my favorites. I had this one for several years before I sold it to buy a new one. The only HT I ever owned that had LSB, USB, & CW RX capability on HF. I with I still had one. Yaesu VX-2r - Good little radio for your pocket. Worked good for what it is. Yaesu VX-8r - Still have it. Still love it. Some things could be improved (like the price!) but GPS, APRS, mega memories, waterproof, bluetooth, all very fun to play with Alinco DJ-G7 - Crossband repeat on any two bands and also has 1.2 Ghz. Good, basic rugged radio. Easy to use, but some quirks. Nothing fancy, but not too pricey either. Comes with a lot of accessories for the price. 1.2Ghz on an HT is not all it's cracked up to be. What's on my wish list: The new Kenwood APRS HT coming out 2010. What's your HT story?