Gideon Straus blogs about his love for the variety of Calvinism, even the stuff starkly different from his own Dooyeweerdian neoCalvinism.
Looking at his piece and the list of online sites he mentions I'd have to say that I, a Reconstructionist and an Anglican, also enjoy the Calvinists.
But I'm not one. Which is weird, I suppose, since I run (surf?) in all those circles read all those types of people and believe things said to be based on Calvinism. I even know who Kuyper and Dooyweerd are.
I just don't think the five point stuff works, is all. I understand it too.
But my logic can't make the stuff do anything positive. I can make it tie knots of meaninglessness. I can make produce determinism or fatalism. I can make it entirely irrelevant. I can make it dance on the head of a pin.
I just can't make Calvinism do a single positive thing for Christianity and find it stripping the absolutely necessary choice from the world we live.
But I love the Calvinists anyway.