Recently a couple of “Twiggy” Macs, original prototype 128K versions from 1984 using the unreliable Twiggy drives from the Apple III, were restored to working order. In honor of that, a reunion of early Apple employees was held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. Among the attendees was Woz, Andy Hertzfeld, Guy Kamasaki and Chris Espinosa.
Every engineer dreams of making a great product that is well-remembered but few ever get that chance. These guys got that chance.