Central to my equipment of course is the drum kit itself. The kit is a 1984 Sonor Phonic. I know it is 1984 as that is when I bought it new back in Glasgow. I had been casting around for a pro level kit at the time and it turned out to be a good choice as it was so well made. These days it is a collector's item. There is even a dedicated Facebook fan page with about 2,000 followers.
The tom sizes are 13", 14" and 16" so classic rock sizes. I also have the Roland V-Drums kit I bought a few years back.
I use the V-drums kit for practising most days. I have an old Mackie mixer that I run the kit through along with the audio from the laptop. That way I can do a little mix in to the headphones.
Practising on the V-Drums kit has some real advantages as far as saving my hearing goes, as I can control the volume. With the headphones on, I can't hear the thud from the electronic kit at all and that means I can get the audio at a reasonable level. It's still fairly loud but I figure if I keep to an hour or less my hearing isn't suffering too much. I upgraded the kit to all mesh heads and added another cymbal so that it is a good mirror of the acoustic kit.
It is fun to play and I do get a real buzz from playing the kit and being able to hear everything. Of course if you have one of these kits you know it's limitations. The pads are small and the cymbal sounds I find pretty poor. There are 25 kit options on the module but I only use one or two.