Still got a lot to figure out in my head really... I have worked on just "fun" internet things for so long, I once thought that I only wanted to work on the music side of things, but it's a bit like a job in a sausage factory, no matter how much you liked sausages once you've seen it all from the insides you're put off a bit. Now I would gladly work at some grey and faceless corporation if the money was right, but I think my skills are best suited to the slightly quirkier side of the business.
I'm looking to do perhaps 50% of my time maintaining and updating 1970s code that no-one else can remember how to do, and the rest on fun projects for / with my friends. Maybe that's not realistic, we'll see.