I'm Steve, and I'm in the UK (close to Reading, Berkshire).
I've recently got a Black Headed Caique called Alfie (my 3 year old son picked the name!)
He joins our little clan of two Miniature Schnauzers (Gus and Tia),
two rabbits (Stew and Cassie) and three Goldfish! He lives in a large cage in our living room, where he can see out of the front window and keep an eye on what's happening, and he can also watch the goldfish doing their thing. We both work, so he's got lots of toys to keep himself busy during the day, and then he's out of his cage from when we get home until his bed time. He eats a mixture of a good quilty seed diet (low in sunflower) and pellets. He's also a big fan of fruit and will do almost anything for an orange segment!
He's fully flighted (which I see is a major difference between keeping parrots in the States and in the UK. There appear to be very few clipped birds in the UK). We initially did this because we wanted to give him a fighting chance should anything happen with the dogs, but it appears that we needn't have worried. He's definitely the boss of the dogs! Any time they are together (strictly supervised of course), Tia is fine, until he goes near her, and then she runs away with her tail between her legs. Gus isn't so scared, just curious. Alfie has been running up and down Gus's back when Gus was lying on my wifes lap, and Gus isn't phased at all!
Anyway, that's all about us. Happy Christmas!