From top to bottom: Penn 85, 78, original 190, and 77.
Top row: two Penn 155's. I bought them for my first albacore trip, naively thinking they would be the ideal reel. Luckily someone showed me the error of my ways and I used a Jigmaster, instead. Bottom row: a narrowed 155, 200 Surfmaster narrowed to a 150, and a 140 Squidder. Squidders seem to have a cult following; I'm just not one of them.
Top row: my first Penn, a 9M. Also a 350 Leveline, 320GT2, and 310GTI. Bottom row: a Penn 9M and 309. I bought the 350 for my wife, thinking it would be suitable for albacore. One look at the small drags and the lack of replacement parts made me realize that it is better off sitting on the shelf. Too bad.
The 320GT2 and 310GTI belong to my wife. She uses them for everything. I don't know why I purchased the 309. I suppose it was another impulse buy.
Top row: an Accurate "99" width frame and spool, and two maroon jigmasters. Bottom row: Tiburon and Newelled Jigmasters, both narrowed to "99" width, and a 501. The 99's and 501 are my "go-to" reels for most everything. Someday I'll install the Accurate kit on one of the maroon jigmasters.
Penn 20 International, 130 Sailfisher, and 99 Silverbeach. The 20 is clunky, so maybe someday I'll send it to Cal so he can work his magic on it. I bought the 99 to use the spool on my first "99" width jigmaster.