I thought it would be nice to share some of my series (same model but different colour). The AIWA HS-P08 & G08 in Red. This player was the most advanced walkman player back in 1895, with a big pack of features. The G08 is one of my favorites: And here the silver brothers: The AIWA P02, if I'm not wrong, it's the first autoreverse from AIWA. Interesting that it has a noise reduction filter but not Dolby, something pretty rare (I bet it's the HighCom). The AIWA J700. This walkman has a hybrid transport, with the play mechanical, but the reverse and FF/REW, logical. It's very curious. The white one is really beautiful and extremely rare: The AIWA P08 Series. Pretty difficult to complete this series. Now I also have the pink and black ones, but still didn't update the photo: Four different SONY WM-10: The world's two first walkmans with bass amplification: (more info in my article about the Boodo Khan here) My three favorite DD by design: (left to right) the WM-DC2, DD100 (aka Boodo Khan) and DD33. All three shares the same base design: Three top recorders from different years: the SONY D5 ProII, WM-D6C (sucessor), and the WM-R202, the smallest walkman recorder in 1986: The WM-7, first walkman with autoreverse, logic control and remote: The TCM-600 (pre-TPS-L2), the original, very first generation TPS-L2 and the common, latest one: The 'curious' WM-503 in dark grey (rugous finish) and WM-504 with transparent door (pretty cool with a beautiful tape). The WM-600, a very beautiful design: The famous WM-701C, a walkman that marked a beginning of a new era (please check my extense article about this model in my website): My loved WM-B39, a walkman from my teenage. Not a top-class model (one of the best mid-class in those years) but well featured yet: My two first WM-DD, silver and red: The WM-555, also one that I've had when I was teen (I bought one silver second hand back in 1996): The famous WM-2, DD predecessor. Almost the same external design, but yet belt driven: And the two real golden most advanced walkmans from different brands, Panasonic and AIWA: Look forward to see your series!