This describes my old setup, updates will be coming soon.
I currently have two transceivers -
for HF I am using a Drake TR-7 along with a Kenwood MC-50 microphone. I was told the Drake is the first fully amateur solid-state receiver ever made.
For VHF/UHF I am using the IC208H, connected to a switched SEC1223 PSU.
I currently have two antennas - a dual-bander VHF/UHF which I built from a magmount antenna, and a 20m Dipole HF antenna built from utility line wires.
I had two antennas - a dual-bander VHF/UHF which I built from a magmount antenna, and a 20m Inverted-Vee HF antenna built from utility line wires and a custom-made splitbox.
I raised the antenna with some help1). The antenna pole is made from a water pipe (like a standard TV antenna mast), about 6m (~20ft) long, with steel bars on it so it'll be possible to climb on. On the top of the antenna I mounted two pulleys which enable me to bring the dipole center insulator up and down 2). On top of that the UHF/VHF antenna is mounted.
I made this cheat-sheet for my procedures tests. It helped me to summarize the material and act as a quick reference.
Get the full document here.