I'll start. I receive about 120 spam messages (including viruses) in a given 24-hour period, from a wide variety of sources. We use the ORDB DNS blacklist to stop spam from known-open SMTP relays. I never see the messages blocked in this way, so I don't actually know how many spam messages are aimed my way in a given day. 120 or so make it through. I use Popfile to filter out the spam that hits my inbox, as I've mentioned before, and it is remarkably accurate. However, I still have to scan the filtered mail for false positives each day. I have never clicked a spam link except when I was trying to trace the source of a message for the purpose of preventing future mailings or hunting down spammers, and I've never bought anything via spam.
How about you? Discuss.