One of the biggest problems of hanging in mostly old-school areas is people still seem to want to bitch and complain about Wizards of the Coast.
I don't get that.
It's ok not to like them. It's ok not to care for 3rd, 4th or 5th edition D&D. But they are not the freaking devil.
We have the OGL from WotC which honestly has made the entire OSR possible.
We even are getting new content we can use in our games from them all them thanks to DnDClassics.com.
The 3.5 Edition of the Player's Handbook is now out for example.
Why is this a big deal? Because the 3.5 books all got the "deluxe" reprints. There general wisdom has been that reprints have not been getting PDFs. Well if this is a change we can soon see 1st and 2nd edition core book pdfs. We already see that with the Basic lines and much of the supplemental materials.
You might not play D&D 5 or have any interest in the current "Elemental Evil" arc, you have to agree that The Elemental Evil Player's Companion is a very important product. Why? Well it is free, so there is that, but more importantly this is the first product WotC is doing "Print on Demand". This is a HUGE deal. Could you imagine it they started offering old school products not just as PDF but as POD? Copies of old modules for a fraction of what the aftermarket charges? The ability to have people new to the game buy the classics in book form?
Dragon is coming back AND it looks like it will be free. The new incarnation is Dragon+.
There is a new member of their "D&D Adventure System Cooperative Play board games", Temple of Elemental Evil. Which looks like it could be fun.
So regardless of what system you are playing, there should be something in all this new AND old content you can use.