I don't have any pictures but here is my current setup:
NOTEBOOK - HP dm4
Intel i5 430M
4 GB of RAM
500GB 7200 RPM hard drive
Intel HD integrated graphics
9 cell battery
Windows 7 Home Premium
DESKTOP - AMD Rig
AMD Phenom II X6 (2.8GHz but will be overclocking soon)
4GB of DDR2 RAM
2x30GB OCZ Vertex drive (RAID 0) boot drive
2TB 5400 RPM media drive
Integrated ATI 4200 graphics
Samsung BD-ROM (8x advertised read speed)
I love the battery life that I get with the HP. It's a beautiful computer (16:9 ratio display looks great but takes a while to adjust to the lack of height) and is a solid performer. The i5 is a great processor for when I do video encoding (standard definition, at least). I can get about 8 hours while doing word processing or light web browsing on the battery. I was worried about getting an i5 instead of the ULV Intel Core 2 Duo because of heat but this thing stays super cool! The only heat is right around the vent and that's barely noticeable under a full load!
The only complaint I have is about the touchpad. The mouse buttons are under the pad so I can't keep my finger on the left click without messing up the cursor once in awhile.
I'm hoping that they'll release a new driver that can disable the touch pad over the mouse buttons. I doubt that they will, though. In that case, I hope that I can adjust to having to be more careful with it.
As for the desktop, it's a rig I put together with mostly spare parts this summer. I took the motherboard from an older desktop I found at a pawn shop. I added more RAM, replaced the hard drives, and upgraded from an Athlon II X2 240 (which I got running at 3.71GHz on air from 2.8; not too bad!) to an X6.
I do a lot of encoding on this machine because it doubles as my HTPC/media server. I was actually running it with an ATI Radeon 4830 but I quickly realized that I don't need it. I sold it on eBay last week and haven't looked back. I am also planning on selling the OCZ Vertex RAID0 array. I hardly benefit from the performance since I leave the computer on and don't run any big programs. All I did was install Windows 7, a couple of encoding applications, and XBMC. I could probably do the same on a 7200 RPM drive and not notice much of a loss. The extra cash would be nice to have since I have some new bike expenses to cover.
That's the basic rundown of my computer setup. I have a couple of older notebooks (Dell XPS M1530, Dell Inspiron 9200, black Apple Macbook) that are in use in different rooms of the house and for varying reasons. Since they aren't my main machines, I have opted to exclude them from this summary.