Ever since I discovered the wonders of FPGA boards I wanted to have one of my own (instead of using the one provided by the university only for university projects). Not long ago my wish granted.
Thanks to a very very (extremely) kind professor (I think he prefers to remain anonymous), I got a Spartan D2E FPGA board complete with a DIO1 board. I am thankful for my professor’s generosity and I will never be able to thank him enough.
Have a look at some pictures of the board.