I became attracted to it about 10 years ago when I heard a sample of it online somewhere. The script is also very beautiful. At the time I didn't have much interest in actually learning it, though, especially as I knew it was rather difficult to learn.
This year I came across some Georgian music that really ignited a more serious interest to start getting into the language. I'm still not sure how far I plan on taking my studies, but I have attacked them somewhat seriously in the last few weeks. It's definitely the most challenging language I've attempted to learn thus far, moreso than Hungarian, for sure, although the languages share some common things that make them both more easy and more difficult than most other languages I've learned. Georgian verbs are infinitely more intimidating, however.
I am particularly interested in how amazing the phonology is. I've never heard another language that attempts to cram so much syntactic information together so imaginatively with so many consonant clusters. I really like languages that push the boundaries of what the human mouth can produce. And yet, as evidenced by much Georgian music, it can sound incredibly majestic and poetic. Phonologically I hear it as a mix of Russian, Arabic and Greek - three incredibly rich sounding languages.
At this point, I would definitely like to continue, especially since I think I have passed some hurdles, namely that I can say (probably imperfectly, but I feel reasonably well) even some of the supposedly harder words and I claim to at least fully understand everything in Aronson's book up until at least Lesson 4, an accomplishment that may not seem like much if you haven't actually read the book. So while I would definitely still put myself in beginner territory, I think I am even qualified to confidently answer some questions that very basic beginners may have. But I need far more help than I can give, that is for sure.
Glad to see there is at least some activity here and hope to see it grow!