Mizuno Line 90 V-02 - My very first putter, didn't have an alignment line so I figured I "needed" a new putter.
Taylormade tm-770 - Did have an alignment line but I cut it down while experimenting with one handed putting and left it completely useless for anything else at 30".
Stainless steel Ping Anser (can't remember the specific model) - Putted quite well but didn't like the stainless finish.
Yes Milly mallet (left) - Wanting to try something new I found a leftie Yes milly really cheap on Ebay, it was truly easy to align but it looked horrible.
Cleveland smart square blade (also left) - Well, I thought this would be easier to look at than the Yes putter, it was not.
Odyssey white hot pro #2 CS - Found a single new putter left in stock in a Danish pro shop and bought it immediately, really loved the look of this but it didn't do the trick for me.
Ping B90 (long putter) - Bought it cheap on ebay for experimenting with side saddle-putting but it didn't really do much difference to my lag putting which is my biggest weak spot. Although I must say that the sound of the ball coming off the face was music to my ears!
Ping sigma G Tess - Wanted to feel like Arnold Palmer with a more wristy stroke so I gave this beauty a try. Well, I did not putt like him and we'll leave it at that.
Now I have a 38" Odyssey Tank cruiser #7 on the way and I hope this will be my last putter ever, but I'm already pretty sure it won't be.
Also, did I mention I can't putt?