I was taking photography classes at the university around 1988.

Canon T90
Tokina 80-200 f2.8 ATX
some miscellaneous wide angle zoom
pair of 300TL flashes plus Quantum batteries
Domke F1X bag
TMax 100
Lloyds Lloader
College lab supplied the chems. Paper I got at the U Bookstore, though I don't remember what it was. I was doing all my own B&W; color was done by Jet Color Labs in north Seattle.

Also an FTb landed in my lap about that time, with three ancient primes... 28, 50, and 135, I think. Didn't use them much, though.

Today I have (among others) three T90s in current use, plus a bagful of primes. I have a Tokina 80-200 f2.8 ATX, but I think it's a Minolta MD mount. Don't have the Quantum batteries, still have the Domke bag. My most-used films during the summer months are Ilford FP4+ and Portra 160. When it starts getting dark and/or cloudy I switch to TMax 400 and Portra 400. My most-used slide film is E100GX in 120.