Perfect Copy Fics are up - some really great works are included too: http://archiveofourown.org/collections/perfectcopy/
A series that I finished:
Golden Time - This is a soap opera, college, slice of life, romantic comedy. Banri Tada is first year law student at a private law school. Due to the after-effects of a fall from a bridge shortly after his high school graduation, he has lost all of his memories prior to the accident (retrograde amnesia).
I thought this was going to be yet another pattern of me watching a (possibly harem?) romance series staring a guy, and slashing it, (and I was slashing this one for a while - there was some /delightful/ fanservice for my slash ship) but the het romance eventually won me around at the end. ^___^
I really enjoyed the way the characters grew in the series and the way little clues near the beginning turned out to be significant - and the romance was developed - not just "they are now in love for reasons".
A serries that I'm watching:
Sabegebu: slapstick parody series, about the survival game club. Somewhat surreal at times (there's a yellow "platy", of which was originally described as a duck ("Uh huh. I didn't think ducks had tails like a beaver", said Qem.)
I'm surprised by how much I'm enjoying this series as I originally thought it was moe-bait, though the anime self-describes itself as shoujo (although IDK, it also warned me not to take anything the anime series says as pretty much "you'll be laughed at if you try to apply knowledge from this series in the real world".)
The other reason why I'm surprised I'm enjoying it, is because usually I'm not a fan of slapstick comedy, but I think it helps that all of the characters are fairly unrepentent assholes and give as good as they get* + the types of humour that I do like, such as the 4th wall breaking, word plays and sureality moments. ^.^;;
*Yakitate Japan, for example, really went down hill for me when Kawachi basically became permanent butt moneky and never got a chance to get his own back / moments to shine.
A series that I'm stalled on:
Hoozaki no Reitsu: - the only reason I haven't finished it, is I haven't been able to get hold of the last couple of episodes. This series is really funny! It's a supernatural dark comedy, made up of short stories, set in Japan's hell (which as the opening explains "Japan’s Hell is a multi-section Hell. All together it has 272 sections!" ) although there is the occasional "representative from European hell" and they also get to go to Shangri-la sometimes.
The main character Hoozaki, is the first aid to King Yama, is definitely recommended for those who have a competency kink, he is very... blue oni type, being calm, sadistic, and brutal at keeping things (King Enma, handling staff shortages (due to the population booms in the mortal world) in line/under control, while still taking time to enjoy the finer things in life like enjoying cute animals (he goes to Australia and cuddles a Tasmanian devil, ahaha, it's so adorable even if there is like... no way you'd really be allowed to do that). :P As well as growing goldfish (that is not a typo). ^.^;