I've been lucky enough to avoid using almost all IE CSS hacks to date. I probably have a few out there that I will hear about eventually. Normally I just switch out the entire .css page on a browser detect. In some cases, I haven't even had to do that.
For anything I do for myself, where I really don't care about supporting the masses, I just let the IE crowd deal with it. I don't even bother to look at that work in IE, it's not worth the effort.
I remember when there were lots of sites that would only work with IE. They would have a little link that would let you go download the browser for free. That was a lot of fun.
I think it would be funny to start a lot of sensationalistic websites that would not display anything other than a link to mozilla.org if visited with IE. How about these for a few headlines (none of which are real stoies, btw):
- Firefox users found to have higher IQs than Internet Explorer users
- George Bush seen using cocaine in college photos
- Egyptian-like pyramids found under the surface of Mars.