Character sheets have an interesting task, and lots of games handle them differently. In a nutshell, they have to make all the information that you need to play your character readily available, and broken down in an organized and easy to find way. Now, obviously some games do this better than others, and I don't think there is a system getting played out there that doesn't have a fan made character sheet, but it is still an interesting problem.
How much information is needed is also different from player to player, and it's not uncommon to see character sheets that are anywhere from 2 to as many as 10 pages for the same system. Just who needs that 10 page packet, I'm not sure, but maybe magic users?
So, my question for today is this: How do you like your character sheets, and of all the systems you've played, which one was your favorite?
Currently, I'm kind of partial to the Dark Heresy sheets. The sheet is two sided, with one side dedicated to combat, and the other to non-combat. As such, you can flip the sheet for whatever you need at the moment, and have an easy time finding things. A lot easier than having to cram all your skills in under all your combat stats, by all means.
Aside from that, I almost tend to prefer simple note book paper for characters. Sure, it can be messier at times, but you can also place things where you want them for that character. Not that I'll say no to a good character sheet, but sometimes those are hard to find.