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kopete, i prefer some integration in KDE. its lovely to see pictures and on/offline information shared between several apps, and being able to send files from konqi directly to online contacts and stuff like that.
I only ever use the Gaim. The rest don't come close to its ease of use and number of features as well as looking nice. Plus I can still use it when I use Windows. Also, the version after 2.0 should start supporting voice and video chats to some degree in the main tree.
I use Skype all the time and would like to vote for it here, but I can't. The Linux version is too buggy and the bugs aren't getting fixed. (The fact that it is closed source isn't helping, either ) So, reluctantly, my vote goes to gaim.