Thanks Joe, actually I normally just think of myself as a market anarchist, however if you live in the European Soviet such as I do you'll tend to find that description scares a bunch of people off. I'm toying with the idea of describing myself as a voluntary socialist to people over here as less shocking way of introducing the ideas of anarchism.
Obviously I'd be preaching to the choir here Wouldn't you say market anarchism could be described this way then; voluntary socialism, after all doesn't the free market employ people allowing them to improve their health, wealth etc?
I'd be willing to try syndicalist ventures but they would have to agree with the NAP.
The question, though, is whether you'll interfere with your neighbors, if they want to be capitalists. If you describe yourself as a socialist anarchist, here, most folks will assume that you mean you want to force others to engage in socialism, whether they want to or not, that you will ignore their property rights and just take whatever you want, and that you're really just a Statist, in disguise.
If you want to voluntarily engage in socialism with only those who consent to participate, fine. But if you do want to force others to participate, or steal from them, or turn around and build a State, first chance you get, then this is not likely a good fit for you...
Most folks here accept that some level of socialism is necessary within the family ("sorry, Timmy, your mother and I have talked and decided that you can't have your operation until you get a job and pay for it, yourself" doesn't exactly work). Very few here believe that socialism can work on any large scale. But, if you want to get together with some others who believe in socialism and set up an enclave/commune/whatever and do your own thing, we believe in "live and let live." We'll do our capitalist thing, and you do your socialist thing, and maybe one side will convince the other that their system works best. The problem is that the overwhelming majority of socialists are perfectly willing and happy to use coercion to force others to participate. Which is hardly voluntary or anarchic. If you're among the minority who will eschew coercion, that's fine.
I love the idea of the Free State Project and hope to come and meet people at the Porc Fest in 2012 so I'm still 50/50 about wanting to live in NH. I've got family in Florida and California, I don't suppose they'd help me in emigrating would they?
I'm not sure whether there would be any benefit in the immigration process to having family here. Probably depends upon how closely-related they are.