What is the name of your system?

I use names sometimes for my vehicles and my audio systems I built.

Lab system -- The killer Bees:

B&W 201i -- miniature bookshelves (killer bees)
Realistic STA 2100 receiver
Pioneer F407 file 25 CD-changer
Pioneer PL-L30 linear tracking compact automatic turntable with AudioTechica ATN92 p-mount cartridge

Bedroom system -- Uncle Sans’

JBL 4311 studio monitors on custom made speaker stands (last thing my dad built for me before farewell)
Sansui 8080db receiver (the uncle)
Pioneer PL-L1000 linear tracking fully auto turntable with Ortofon OM10 standard mount cartridge.
iPhone 4 is digital source with 16g of music used as pretty much iPod.

Long Live The QUEEN!

Thorens TD160 all original/ATN144/ATN140 cartridge/needle (my Queen)
Lenovo Q190 with 500gB SSD drive, Windows 7 enterprise and Mytek software; used as streamer and back-up secure server!

Mytek 192 dac-preamp
Musical Fidelity X-LPS MM/MC phono
Sunfire 300 -- simply adorable monster!
Aerial 10T spiked to concrete floor
AKG K240 600 Ohms ear speakers.
Kimber 4TC bulk speaker wire over all 4 binding posts with original jumpers removed. This configuration often called shotgun bi-wire where I used single wire runs to the top binding posts and the rest of wires twisted into the lower binding posts.
Mogami Silver XLR between preamp and Sunfire
Ortofon Silver RCA cable between phono and preamp made in Japan (made in 90’s i believe).
Persian rag from camelwool covers my back wall and black/white bi-color chess curtains cover my windows.

HAL. "Dave, I see that you are upset. I hope that you aren’t going for the volume control, Dave. That would be irrational. I think that we can work this out, Dave. The neighbors will have to understand."
I’m an original Star Trek “Trekkie” and I’ve always aspired my system’s goal to be “transporting the listener to the original venue” so I officially declared it many years ago as “My Transporter Room”.     
My Clair Bros Phase Linear 700's were named Cora & Dora from the builder...
I have kept the names.