I trap in Surrey (very near the borders with Sussex and Kent). I'm in a rural situation so I get quite a good variety of moths even though I don't have many trees in the immediate locality. I recently switched from a rather clapped out home-made 80W MV set-up to a commercial 125 Robinson (I'm not a DIY person). It's hard to know how it has affected my catches as I am rather irregular in trapping and often only keep it on till bed-time. But I had 330 species in 2009 so it's not a disaster! Best catches of 2009 were probably rush wainscot, yellow-legged clearwing (found about a mile away), bulrush wainscot, Kent dark arches, Acrolepiopsis assectella
and Adaina microdactyla
(the last two being notable in Surrey).
I'm slowly building up my collection of moth photos, which I enjoy, too. Unfortunately, I didn't take shots of many of the rarer species
I look forward to reading everyone's posts.