Me? Ummm... Wow.... That's a REALLY dangerous question to ask. The list is long and distinguished. I'm a fan of the Marauder or Marauder II. I have Zeck's Marauder from aeons ago. That's the first one that comes to mind. An Uziel. Definitely. That's one of my favorites. I like the Cerberus, the Wolftrap, and the Commando. The Mad Cat II is another good one. My Battletech character's personal 'mech is a heavily modified Marauder II which, designwise, has undergone so many transformations that to compare it to a regular Marauder is like comparing an elemental to a munchkin from the Wizard of Oz. As far as looks go, it's got two guns up top instead of 1, LRM racks from a Mad Cat, SRM-racks on the hips, mini railguns in a chin turret (a la Heavy Gear weapons list converted to Battletech stats), tried and true medium pulse lasers in the arms, and nice shiny toe claws on the feet. Legit? Ummm... well, for pickup games it is, and there's a lot of backstory on it, but the folks at FASA (or whoever is producing CBT now) would flip if they saw it. The character is a mechwarrior who spent a significant amount of time in cryogenic stasis, and ended up as a guest of ComStar shortly before the Word of Blake attacked Terra. He managed to escape with the 'mech, which he promptly christened the OuttaTime. My goal is to one of these days build a 28mm paper-based model (with lots of plastic and bitz and greeblies) of it, and eventually build up enough 'mechs to play a round or two of large-scale battletech. Sorry to get so far off-topic. I get a little carried away at times. Or you could go totally off the wall and do battlearmor, starting with the elemental, of course, and the Grey Death Legion armor, and then on into the Capellan minelayer thing, and on and on and on... Yeah, maybe not. That'd be a lifetime in and of itself.