Used to have a TD-6 that our drummer loaned me. I was using it with BFD2. It worked quite well, but the kit itself had seen better days and the pads were a bit bashed up and lost some responsiveness. Drummer had to take it back, so I lost my e-kit, now I'm thinking of getting a kit of my own.
We have a TD-20 at the office which we use for testing purposes. The only thing that is crap about it is the hi-hat. It is insanely difficult to get the hi-hat to work properly over midi, and this is a long commented thing - not just in regards to BFD2, but Superior Drummer and all the others as well. The TD-6 used a single pad and an expression pedal for the hi-hat, and it worked much much better.
So I was looking at drumkits, and I don't want to get a crappy one. I want to get a half decent one, with multiple zones on the hi-hat, cymbals, snare, and toms. I was looking at the 2box DrumIt Five MKII, but it has a similar hi-hat to the TD-20. So I'm pretty nervous about using it over midi with software. If I run into the same tracking problems as the TD-20, I'm not going to be too thrilled at spending £1700 on it!!
Real drumkit or real cymbals is not an option. I'm in a flat, and I can get away with loud guitar, but definitely not drums.
So in short - what kits do you guys out there have, and how are you finding the hi-hat performance with your drum software?