Well this is what I got! Etherscop: Core rules and Just a Delivery
Broncosaurus Rex: Core rules and Cretasus adventure guide
Card games: Geek Wars, Scavenger Hunt, and Championship Dodge Ball
Dragonmech: The Mech Manual, Shardsfall Quest, Almanac of the Endless Traders, The Last City
DCC: #41-43, #48, #50, #9,#10,#27, #30,and The Hero's Arise Black Box
Eldritch: Core Rule Book
Xcrawl: Las Vegas, Phoenix, Brooklyn, and Coney Island crawls, and Necromerica
Miniatures: Kobold fighter and sorcerer, Wererat Champion, Goblin Warchief, and Loros Truebow
Everything Else: Demon Hunter's Handbook, Lethal Legacies, GM Gems#1, PC Pearls, Complete
Guide to beholders
It's a ton of stuff to digest. Etherscope always looked cool, but nobody I know has an interest. Broncosaurus Rex is another one I probably won't persuade anyone to play. Xcrawl on the other hand looks like it will make for great one-shot let's do something different games. I just need to get the core rule book. Dragon Mech might make it into a D&D game. Maybe as lost technology from a long lost city. I'll give Eldritch a read, but don't have much interest. WFF could be good for a transition from 3.5 to 4E. Mini's and DCC's are always my favorites and will definitely be used. GM Gems and PC Pearls are great books. If you don't have them pick up a copy. The card games will be good for an evening when everyone says, I'm bored!
"When creating your character,choose an ethical system that can justify nearly any fit of temper, greed, cowardice, or vindictiveness, for example, Chaotic Violent..."
THE PROTOCOLS, ADVANCED PROTOCOL #10