As the topic says I started my own version of the pokedex that has the order pokemon should be in as I see it, if based on families. I wanted to know how many pokemon families (or evolutionary chains) there are exactly so that's what started this whole thing. I didn't make any radical changes, I just did simple things like I moved Magby from number 240 to number 148 and Magmortar from number 467 to number 150. Of course changes like this did push Magmar back a few numbers from 126 to 149. (I did switch the order of Mew and Mewtwo though because that always bothered me for no really reason.)
I've been adding the new Gen. 6 pokemon as they have come out and only when official sites confirm them. The original 151 Gen 1 pokemon have grown to 183 total pokedex entries since then with 77 families. I combined families that bread and can produce the same offspring like the Hitmon family and Nido families (before breading in gen 2 there were 79 gen 1 families).
There are now 344 different families of pokemon (with what we know thus far of gen 6) and counting. I though it was pretty cool to look back on the pokedex from my youth and look at it now this way. I figured what better day to share this with the world then today!