Over the years like any Ham worth his salt my Shack has been at least one thing, in a state of constant change!.
I've had a lot of classic rigs to some fairly modern gear. My very first HF radio was a Drake 4 setup, since then I've had a Kenwood TS-830, TS-440, TS-570, Heathkit SB-110, Alinco DX-70TH, Icom IC-251, IC-551, Yaesu FT-101EE, and a host of others. But it's not all been QRO, I've had the fortune to have owned a lot of QRP kit and commercial radios as well.
My operating position in the shack:
My main HF radio is a Kenwood TS-570DG. This is connected to the shack computer for contesting and digital modes.
The Bencher BY-1 and LDG meter are connected to the Yaesu FT-857-D
My main 6M, UHF/VHF radio is a Yaesu FT-857D.
The screen is not bad, the camera flash makes it appear this way.
I run an MFJ-986 Differential-T antenna tuner.
For DC power distrabution I use a 35A Tenma DC Power Strip..
Here are my rotor controls, the CDR is a 50's vintage..
For SSB and AM I use a nice mic and stand donated by my good friend and Elmer, Daryl K8FP.
Here are the keys I currently use in the shack.
A Vibroplex 1938 Lightning Bug and a Bencher BY-1 used on the TS-570DG.
I have an old Radio Shack 200 Channel scanner for monitoring local Police and Fire.
My workbench for all my Mad Scientist needs!
A Radio Shack would not be complete without an appropriate phone!
My favorite piece of paper hanging on the wall!
My shack companion, Buddy.