Well, at the expense of being ripped apart by the professional anglers on this board, I will give you my rod set ups.
First I have six baitcasters, and five of them are Pflueger Trion model with 6.3 ratio. I use them for crankbait and spinnerbait lures and range from 10lb test to 17lb test. All of them have a Quantum 6'6" medium action with a fast tip.
I like a flexible tip on all crankbait and spinner bait rods to let the fish take the lure, it helps me set the hook.
I only have one rod set up for flippin', and I use a cheap Garcia Ambassador flippin'/casting reel that I bought a long time ago, the model is scratched off. I use 20lb test on it with abrasive resistant Berkely line. The rod is a 7'6" Flippin' rod with heavy action and a stiff tip.
Now my spinning gear is a rag tag group, I have them all set up to use various size lines and almost exclusively for plastics or small crank baits. I use a lot of Rapala stick baits that are too light for my baitcasters, and I love to use down sized jigs from 1/32oz to 1/4oz size and the spinning reels do well with the lighter lines.
All my spinning rods are set up various sizes of Shakespeare UglyStik models, from light action to medium/heavy. Almost all texas rigging I use on these spinning rods also. UglyStik's are cheap, but good enough for me.
I can't pay the money for those Loomis and Kistler rods, I get by with what I have just fine.