Now that our son is growing we started playing more complex games (Parthenon, Origo, MacRobber).
I like various games, though my prime interest is in Celtic- and Tolkien-oriented games. I'm fond of theme-heavy games.
I don't rush after new and top and hot games. I am of the mind that people should look beyond the TOP-100, as there's a lot of good games there.
I'm aslo indulged in translation of rules for boardgames from English into Russian. Through this I came to know a lot of nice people (mostly game designers) and their games, even though their theme might not be of great interest to me.
So far I have translated rules to the following games (only listed games with rules on official sites): Armorica, It's Alive!; Carpe Astra; Fzzzt!; Hibernia; Cambria; Sumeria; Ice Flow; Confucius; Tara: Seat of Kings; Parthenon: Rise of the Aegean; the Zombies!!! series (1, 2, 3, 3.5, 4 and 5); MidEvil 1 and 2; Camelot Legends; Fist of Dragonstones; Quest for the DragonLords; Crystal of Power and Magic Challenge.