In all honesty, I'm pretty flexible regarding a game's style, scope, and setting. As long as the group doesn't have constant drama (the interpersonal type), I'll probably be content. Ideally, I'd like to be playing Pathfinder at the moment, as my poor book hasn't seen any real use.
On the off chance that someone wants me to GM, a disclaimer: Games I run tend to have a surreal quality, and I'll probably try to pressure the group into helping me work out the last remaining kinks of a Silent Hill-themed scenario that I've been working on. Those who have previously hazarded the scenario have been quoted as saying "What is that -thing-?" "That's just plain not right," "O.o," and "=O"
Yes, I'm just a little proud of it.
"Veteran, but not a connoisseur." I've been involved with D&D in some form or another since 2nd edition...though I consider Pathfinder to be the current successor of that lineage. I've also been in and hosted a number of games running the older White Wolf systems, and have played more of Palladium's content than I previously thought could exist. I'm pretty much willing to try any system once.
Outside of gaming, I'm a bio/psych major at UWO, a prolific reader of those things which can be read (mainly Terry Pratchett these days), and a martial artist. Currently, I'm having a devil of a time trying to learn "Dancing Mad" on the piano, and may eventually get around to learning how to sew things properly.