Thought I'd show you where I usually lurk when I have a bit of free time... Which is usually outside office hours and where everyone in the house is fast asleep
I call this room the "Retro Bunker" because it was built as an extension to the house's foundation and is basically a 11'x16' room with four concrete walls and no windows - perfect for protecting aging equipment from UV rays.
Half of my gaming consoles are connected to this 55 inch 3D LCD TV. The older, non-HD machines have been upgraded to either HDMI, component or S-video. The non-HDMI system are scan-doubled in a RetroTink 2X.... Currently entertaining the thought of getting a 5X in the New Year, but I digress. The rest of my consoles are either boxed up or connected to the 4K TV upstairs (PS5 et al.) Next to the consoles is my arcade cab. Built it 7 years ago before the craze of the hacked Arcade 1Up cabinets running on affordable Raspberry Pi's. Mine has an Intel i5, a 500 gb SSD and runs the Hyperspin frontend. Kodi is installed and serves as a jukebox with Iron maiden albums and concerts.
On the opposing wall, my retro computers. From left to right - Athlon XP for oldskool FPS games, Lenovo i5 workstation that serves as my Winuae machine to swap files around, my new-to-me A4000/040, my beloved A1000 that is begging for a Rejuvenator and my very first computer ever, a TI-99/4A. It doesn't get much use, but it has sentimental value, so it stays in the collection. I'd love to eventually add a C64 in there, as I really enjoyed mine back when I was a teen. Sadly I sold it to buy an Amiga, so now it's on my list of things to buy in 2022!