Classic video games, both arcade and console, are tied along with some other eclectic interests for my second favorite hobby behind pinball. I have an light sixer 2600, a 2600 Junior, an Atari 800, and an Atari 800 XL, plus two Atari 1050 disc drives, an Atari 810 disc drive, and an Atari 410 disc drive. Additionally, I have an absolute crap-ton of perfectly-functioning 20-30-year-old floppy discs filled with games and other software that was clearly pirated off of BBS-es. I have them connected to a crappy 20-year-old Sanyo CRT and a surprisingly good portable speaker. I really wish I hadn't gotten rid of my Sony Trinitron before I acquired my classic gaming stuff so I could have used it with it.