I've been collecting Commodore products since the late 90s, and regularly piddle around with the assortment of Amigas I keep set-up in my computer lab. These include a stock NTSC A1000 with a couple of floppy drives, an A2000HD, A3000UX, A4000T dual booting to 3.9 and 4.1, and an A600 with a Vampire V2 in it for game playing. I also have several other Amigas within reach, but those listed above are the ones I can walk up to and use at any given moment.
Other than the A600, most of my interest in them is in productivity, image processing, internet use, and utility in service of each other and the rest of my machines. ATM, I'm focusing mostly on improving image processing abilities, and in learning to code for Intuition in C.
Thanks for reading,
Round Rock, Texas