We could rollcall or something! :)
I have a 14 year old daughter playing in Book 6 Suzuki violin, also working on Meditation from Thais and Fandango, who also does Scottish fiddling for fun and composes. She's in the regional youth orchestra intermediate level and the advanced orchestra in school.
I also have a non-Suzuki 12 year old dd playing piano (conventional) and trombone (school).
My son, age 8, tried Suzuki violin and it was a poor match for him. He started "laid back" guitar a couple of years ago to good effect and we're sad his teacher moved to Jordan. The Suzuki guitar program didn't sound like a good fit for him.
My 6 year old dd is in Suzuki book 1 violin working on May Song. The bow distribution is giving her fits.
My 3 year old vacilates between wanting to play violin and playing flute (I found a teacher trained in Suzuki flute who doesn't have a studio right now; but I would love to get her to teach my little one when she is ready).
I am a student midwife right now, and being a book 1 Suzuki parent again is hard with 4 kids in public schools and a totally variable schedule. The minor blessing is that dd1 can help with her practices. Basically we do what we can. DD 1 started at age 3; dd3 started at age 5 b/c I wasn't ready sooner. Pretty much, we're trying to hang in there based on tuition; we've got a big tuition bill each month... It's tough. But she figured out a one octave scale all by herself and she's really motivated, so it was good timing and she is thriving.
That's what's going on musically here. We're a Suzuki and non-Suzuki family. I found with my own kids that the best teachers aren't always the Suzuki ones, and even the good ones don't always mesh with kids of certain personalities. :)