I get Wood, Woodsmith, Woodcraft, Workbench, and Popular Woodworking.
Woodcraft is a decent magazine, I like the variety they get by having
freelance writers, but it's a bit heavy on features about people and
what they do. Which is ok, but Woodcraft really isn't a good magazine
to get ideas. Still, it's a good read.
Wood magazine is probably my favorite. I've gotten a lot of
inspirations from them, plus it's very inexpensive. I like how they
(and Woodsmith) give you cut out templates and patterns for curves and
so forth. The latest Wood had a nice project with cariobole legs and
intrinsia. (sorry for butchering the spelling). I'll probably never
make the intrinsia eagle, but it was a fun read, and different from the
normal ultimate router table/andorndac chair article that everyone does
once per year.
Woodsmith is also nice for ideas.
Don't really like Popular Woodworking, although I've only gotten 2
issues so far.
Workbench is ok, but it's a hybrid woodworking/home improvement mag (at
least so far it seems that way).