I still miss it too; I'm off to HK in late October/early November and although I'm looking forward to it, there's not the same passion now that dear old Kai Tak has gone. CLK is just another big soulless place - just your standard straight in landing, with a bit of turbulence off the mountains to give a little excitement. It's not the same.
I also get the feeling, talking to Cathay crews, that they miss it greatly as well; it can't be as exciting going to work anymore (can't be pleasant either, with the way the airline treats them!).
I can just close my eyes and remember it now . . . Stonecutters, Kowloon peninsula . . . chequerboard coming into view . . . runway off to the right, rain beating against the windscreen . . . starting the turn . . the stadium just visible off to the right . . . lining up, a little to the left . . . the arrows at the end of the terminal - as if to say - THAT WAY, PLEASE! . . . over the road, the hundreds of red taxis . . . crabbing to the right . . . and home!