Ryobi BT3K table saw - needs tweaking all the time, but once you're used to it, is a real time saver. Just don't feed wood into it like you would into a 3hp Delta.
Delta 6" Jointer - would like a bigger one, but it's a great machine
Dewalt 12" planer - lunchbox-type
Yates-American J-Line lathe - from the 40's or 50's, restored. With variable speed and reversing. Turns 13" over the "notch" and 36" long spindles.
Bosch sliding compound miter saw - wow!
Dewalt 9" Radial arm saw - 40's vintage. Needs tweaking all the time, too, but I love it.
Rockwell/Delta 6" belt/12" disk sander - my newest acquisition, 40's vintage, with a newer 1½ hp motor. ($90 - eat your heart out.)
Hitachi MV12 router - in the table made from an old "flip top" file cabinet.
Sanding table/air cleaner - homemade, as you can see. An old squirrel cage blower and furnace filters are inside.
Delta "Dust" collector - 1½ hp, actually located in the attached garden shed, because it does NOT collect dust. The piping is cheap 4" snap-together from Menards.
I believe a benchtop mortiser will be delivered by Santa.