Yes. 2 weeks ago, after 2 months of haggling with my wife,lurking on craiglist, and researching options I finally got me some Roland electronic "v-drums":
Guitar Hero initially tempted me with the idea of learning guitar, as playing the toy version for too long smacks too much of "I wasted my life!". But in my heart I didn't think I had the commitment to try and learn it. The rock band came out and I got a taste of drumming and liked it a lot.
I've actually been learning for the 2 months with whatever drum-substitutes I can get my hands on. Purchases included a music stand, practice book, practice pad, practice pad stand (so I could use the practice pad as a hi-hat stand in), drummers throne, metronome, sticks, you name it. It was getting expensive before I even got the drums!
Oh, and I've also started drum lessons since a couple of weeks ago. the self-teaching thing was going fine, but the pointers from the lessons are kinda handy.
Things are turning full circle now. I'm failing to break out of Hard mode on Rock Band drums because I'm dedicating most of my spare time to real drums now. Of course eventually my real drum exercises will help me with that, but they're less about speed and more about control at the moment...
But I ramble