My fav. TT system is the Cyberpunk system because of its simplicity and realism (you can shoot someone and they actually die!) aside from the armor rules (Metal Gear + Skinweave = Sphere of Invulnerability). I used to play tons of D&D but I got out of it in high school when introduced to Mage.
If you're in the DC area, check out Rain Delay - a Mage LARP, or, even if you're not, you can check out the yahoo message board for it anyway. We have a few lurkers from all over the country.
Class: TT/LARP GM (dual class)
Level (years of experience): 11(TT) 5(LARP) same for GMing both
Race: College [grad] Gamer
Genres:Just about all of them except the superhero ones (which includes Rifts and Aberrant). Haven't tried steampunk/deadlands yet, but I want to.
Fav. Style/theme of Play: Mystery
Fav. kind of action scene: Car/horse/broomstick/starfighter chases!
Fav. kind of social scene:Throne wars (political intrigue)
Low-Impact Flaws: Inept: Miniature Games (2), LARPer (1), Can't Get Costumes Right (1), Stubborn (1), Plot Whore (2)
Game-Breaking Merits: Good At Math (2), LARP Troupe Guru (4), Slacker Job (1)
Pet Peeve(s): When systems just ASK for twinking (Fading Suns, Werewolf: The Apocalypse, Laws of the Night, AD&D 3rd), and when players cheat. I hate that. I used to do it years ago, until I realized that failing drastically at important things is lots of fun, especially in LARP. Now, I have been known to cheat to make myself fail : )
D&D Character Class of Choice: Cleric
Beer & Pretzels System of Choice: Gamma World (old school, not d20)
Fav. System: Cyberpunk 2020, perhaps Mage, but not for the actual rules
Have you ever written a journal for a character? LARP characters have to, in all the LARPs I've ever played. One TT character I had had a blue book (literally a blue exam book like from back in the day) which turned out to be really cool. I will consider using Livejournal when Rain Delay ends and someone else runs a Mage LARP 'cause it's just a good idea.