I may post pictures later, but here's how mine is:
In my living room, I have a 50' TV with my PS3 and Wii set up on it. I have additional video outputs for other things, which I'll list below.
In my bedroom, I have a 32' TV with a Gamecube and a PS2 set up on it. Again, I have the other video slots left open.
Why do I leave my video slots open? Because I still have all my classic crap, too. I still own an SNES, a Genesis and an N64. My old school NES gave up the ghost, so I bought a Retro Duo from Play N Trade. As far as the games themselves, hoo boy... over 100 for NES, approaching 100 for SNES, about 50 each for Genesis and N64, a bookshelf full of PS2/Gamecube/NDS/PSP, about 30 Wii and 50 PS3...
I'm not nerdy or anything, really
I am, unfortunately, a collector who loves video games. When I re-entered collector mode, I bought up an asston of older games for pretty much every system I own, and I recently made myself stop in an attempt to actually play some of these things before I buy more. Between working full time, being married and raising a kid, it should only take me until I'm 40 to finish most of 'em.