I have been an Amiga fan since my first A500 in 1987 (which still works to this day) - And in the interim years I have aquired another A500 (a european model), two A1200's, A3000 Desktop (Main machine from '91-'95 until it died), and A4000 desktop, A3000 tower, A4000 tower, A1000 and a very rare A2200 motherboard.
Many of them I have fixed and sold on Ebay over the years, but I still have my A1200, A4000 Desktop, A500 and A3000 tower. My A4000 is my workhorse machine, with a Cybergraphx RTG card, Thylacine Mini USB Zorro II card and A 16 Gig CF card. This little guy works quite nice, but the poseidon drivers for the USB cards seem to interfere with some old games I try to use via WHDload. The A1200 has a nice Blizzard '040 card and a 2 GB CF card connected to a 4xEIDE adapter. I lost the clip that holds the keyboard ribbon in place so I am using it without the top of the case and have a PS/2 kb attached via an adapter. The 4XEIDE is an old clunky model that never let the KB sit in place anyway. I just received an Indivision MK2 Display adapter so I can hook my A1200 up to a nice current monitor, but it came in the day before my vacation and I have not hooked it up yet.
I have always gone through phases of using my Amiga's, and then storing them away for a few years. I am back to loving using them again! Next week I am dragging my A3000 tower out of storage - it is actually better than my A4000 and has a very nice fast accelerator with a nice amount of RAM. I may just put the Thylacine USB in there and use it as my go-to machine now that I have room.
In real life, I am a technology Consultant mainly dealing with PC's and Macs - Sales, upgrades, network installation support and the like. I have always loved the Amiga's and even today they hold a special place in my heart. I really just like to tinker with them, see what I can get them to do. I play an occasional game on my A1200, but the old school joysticks are just to limiting to be much fun anymore.
I do have an A2200 motherboard - that was a model that was designed to be a desktop unit more powerful than an A2000 but not quite A3000 level. It has an onboard 68020, slots for 2 MB Chip and 16MB FAST RAM, a slot for a daughterboard and the ECS chipset. It did boot about 10 years ago with my A4000 power supply hooked up, but I have not really tried it since. I received it when I ordered a box of dead A4000 boards off of Ebay about 15 years ago. I sold off the old A4000 boards, but kept the A2200, thinking that one day I will get around to getting it running.