Guilty as charged. I read the main books and some of the offshoots.You sure you read the entiiiire series? I'm pretty sure there were well over 100 of those DL books. Of course, the reason I know this is because I read most of them as well back when I was a kid with a library card. Now that I'm an adult though, I'm not sure how they'd hold up. I haven't looked at them in years and didn't care enough to stay current when they rebooted the series a while back. I actually met Margaret Weiss and Tracy Hickman at a convention way back when and got them to autograph a book. A big problem for me is that I read their "Annotated Chronicles" and I remember them talking in the margins about how all they really did was take generic D&D archetypes and flesh out their personalities. For me, it kind of ruined the magic a little bit. Having said all that... Raistlin is one of the coolest characters I've ever come across in a fantasy series.
Hah, man you guys really know how to press my nerd buttons.
Also played the dragonlance games and got my hands on some of the comics.
Like you said, unsure if they would stand the test of time.
The other series I use to read when I was younger was the GOR series. I loved it at the time because I could read some thinly veiled fantasy porn mixed with a good dose of carnage. In hindsight my delicate younger eyes were probably scared from some of the depictions.