I tend to like anarchists who don't choose a particular tendency they align themselves with but who see connections between and who are interested in all the different ways of thinking.
The only anarchist branch that has had no appeal for me whatsoever is pacifist anarchism, because i don't like pacifism in general, it's a fetish. I like green anarchism because we can't exist without the non-human world but am not too fond of the resulting moralism and cultishness, in the end it's hostile towards people who can't live self-sufficiently and people who like the comforts of civilization. I like syndicalism because it gives workers a way to organize but there are some obvious problems with organizing and factory labor in general. I like nihilism because I hate the society we live in but taken to its absolute as a form of action is pretty suicidal, there's gotta be constructive thinking as well. I like individualist anarchism but an absolute individualism is really depressing...I like anarcho-communism because it defies the idiotic capitalist order but in the end this is an unclear term.
In general I'm hostel towards radical and anarchist communities because they don't offer anything more than what society offers except an added degree of moralism, but i do hope to make more anarchist IRL friends one day
good question dot
ultimately anarchism is a form of idealism, and am not so much of an egoist/individualist to reject all idealism, i feel like I need it to survive, it's kinda like "hope"