Our closest brewery, Claremont Craft Ales, has an IPA called Pepper & Peaches that is absolutely fantastic (it has both of those as ingredients, within a fairly modern-ish West Coast IPA). When I make an IPA at home, it's almost always a "traditional" West Coast IPA, with one or some combination of Cascade, Centennial, Columbus, Chinook, or other classic "C" hop. Once or twice a year I'll do one with the newer fruity hops, but typically I'll just buy that stuff commercially, because there are plenty of great examples already. I *do* like making a white IPA (I wish that style had lived, instead of hazies!)...basically, I brew the IPAs that just aren't made as much anymore by the local craft breweries.
Overall, I drink way less IPA than I did 10 years ago. That's not to say I've gotten away from hops -- I'm brewing a lot of German lagers and such, often with a fairly robust hop presence.