I've been a Commodore hobbyist since the introduction of the C64. Moved from 8-bit to Amigas, then on to PC's (building XT's onward). My younger brother and I still dabble in building, programming, and playing with Commodore machines to this day.
I've owned C64's, C128's, and SX-64's. Actually, still do have one of each. Currently own an A500, A1000, A2000 (two), and an A4000. Also own a Commodore PC-20III, just for nostalgia's sake. I'd like to find some kind of SCSI adapter for the A1000, such as a Sidecar.
Since I'm a software engineer I also love finding old programming software from by-gone days, and dabbling in getting the software productive. I've amassed a lot of gear over the years, both hardware and software.
Now, if only to find enough time to thoroughly enjoy the hobby, lol... Retirement's coming in three or four years, so perhaps I'll really have some serious time to devote to this addiction then!