Well, it's tempting to post it for sale on this website, but the obstacles are tantamount:
1. The only equipment I've tested is the Amiga 1000, which boots on the V1.0 Kickstart & Workbench. The rest I haven't even powered up. A person knowledgeable in computer maintenance and repair can probably get it running, but I certainly can't say it all works right now.
2. I dread the thought of shipping it. Three of the Amiga 1000 components are in their original boxes, so I wouldn't just ship them in those -- I'd have to pack each inside larger crates. I have no idea what shipping would cost, but dread to find out. The A1000 alone would be at least 4 crates: computer, monitor, 5.25" floppy, plus maybe the external 3.5" floppy, the ASDG memory expansion, the SyQuest hard drive, and some other stuff would fit in a a fourth crate. I'd so much rather not deal with this.
3. Aside from the Kickstart, Workbench, Extras 1.0 disks (with working ABasic) that booted up on the A1000, I have tested none of the software, and don't want to because I think the A1000 internal floppy drive needs to be serviced before it will be reliable. In the meantime I have no idea whether using this drive is damaging it or the disks I insert into it, so I don't want to do that. Hence, I have no idea whether any of the software is usable. Anyone buying it in person can at least examine the disks and draw his own conclusions, but a person buying it over the Internet has no such opportunity, and I certainly can't offer a money-back guarantee for something I've just dropped money shipping out.
Here's a tip: If you don't already know about the Vintage Computer Festival East, look it up. That's where I'm planning to sell it -- but stay tuned because I've not even submitted the paperwork yet, so I don't know for sure whether this sale will come off as planned. I'll try to post an update here before that event to confirm my equipment will be there.
Maybe if we're lucky, the Museum will even allow potential software buyers to test the software on their >working< Amigas -- but no promises of that!
Now an observation: Not a one of you actually answered my original question. Maybe I should make it more specific: In selling this stuff, should I include information about it, aside what is in the packaging. For example, do all of you know what Perfect Sound is? Or the ASDG expansion box? Or DCTV? Am I going to have to explain this to potential buyers?
Oops! I spoke too soon. While I was typing, "Dynamic_Computing" just gave me a response to my original question. (Thanks!) So in reply to that: I'm in the U.S., so (IIRC) that's the NTSC standard. And I was dreading it, but I guess I'll open the A2000 & A3000 cases to see whether the batteries leaked. (I know only of one article on this and that's for the A500. Can anyone point me to information how to check the batteries?) I've not opened those two computers myself yet.