Used to. It's the only one out there with a sci-fi setting that interested me and developer support that didn't seem negligent all the time.
I had some fun with it, took charge of a small corporation consisting of a few guys I knew from another community that started the game at about the same time, entered a relatively small PvP alliance half full of drunk eurofags. I liked the long periods of preparation, number crunching, economics, theorizing, followed by short, ridiculously intense chases and small to medium battles. But the flaws inherent to the MMO genre are still there -- and in Eve the monetary price is glaring, since skill training is dependent only on time, you're paying directly for your "levels" (before you become hardcore enough for it to pay for itself), etc etc all the complaints everyone's heard before.
Spaceships are superior though, one day I want to start playing again