I actually have 2 Drumsets. My "old" one is a Tama Superstar Birch Kit from 1985 or 1986 in Piano White. Drum Sizes are 22x16 - 10x9 - 12x10 - 13x11 - 14x12 - 16x14. Evans heads. Still love them when they are finely tuned, but are high maintenance and the setting up with the deep toms is a nightmare.
My "new" set, aquired in 2014, is a very sweet DW Collector's Series Drumset (Maple) in 22x18 - 10x8 - 12x9 - 14x11 - 16x16. The color is "Stain Oil Ebony". Looks great. Remo Controlled Sound singly ply heads on the toms and snare, Remo Powerstroke on the BD. This is a kick ass set in every aspect. Thought a while on a TAMA Bubinga set, but got a good offer for this one and couldn't resist.
Snares I have 2, a Pork Pie Hard Rock Snare in 14x6,5 (Maple). It's a bright orange and that goes nicely with the white kit and is fucking loud and dominant and thus for larger venues, the other is a DW Collector's 14x6,5 Snare in the same Stain Oil Ebony color as the kit, a little finer and better for smaller venues or recordings.
I mostly use Pearl Hardware, e.g. a DR-80 Rack. Add a DW 5000 Double Bass Pedal and a TAMA HiHat Stand.
My cymbals are a Masterwork and Sabian mixture: Masterwork Custom 14 HiHat, 16 & 18 Crash, 12 China and a 20 Dark Heavy Ride, 14 Resonant FxCrash and a 8 Troy Splash. Sabian HHX 18 Xplosion Crash, 16 HH China. The HH(X) stuff is for the thump, the Masterwork for a little more warmth and sustain. They fit nicely together.
I have a custom Remo Front Head for my BDs made by Drumsigns. They basically print anything you like/design on most good drumheads. Also use a Kickport.
Below are pictures of the 2 sets.