And it feels amazing.
Hampsten Mudpig-Independent Fabrication Planet X-DeSalvo Monstercross Disc-Soma DC Disc-Raleigh Team Cross-Klein Attitude Comp
Wicked Fat Chance-Bill Boston Tandem-Centurion Cinelli-Eddy Merckx MXL-Raleigh Sports-WTB Phoenix ti-Hampsten Crema-Serotta Concours - Serotta Legend
Hampsten Mudpig - sold
Raleigh Team Cross - given to a friend
Klein Attitude Comp - given to a friend
Eddy Merckx MXL - sold (as a frameset...still have the tasty alloy Campy 10 bits)
Serotta Concours - sold
Serotta Legend - sold
GT Edge - sold before it even made the signature
The Fat Chance, Raleigh Sports and tandem don't get ridden. In fact I haven't even built up the Fat since purchasing it three years ago. It will likely go eventually but the Sports (and sort of the tandem) has sentimental value and is here to stay.
The bikes that remain get ridden hard (except the Cinelli, which I haven't finished building yet since getting the frame back from paint from forum member sloar and component group back from thirdgenbird for cleaning and polishing). I haven't missed a single one since I sold them and haven't even been checking cragislist or the forums for replacements. I even have two spare Campy alloy 10s groups and haven't even been looking for frames to hang them on. I might just be cured. (except now I'm spending all my money on upgrading my car...)