Naw, just for fun. Last year's the first time I ever did peppers. I've got a huge array of old plastic pots left over from years upon years of trees that were bought to landscape the yard, and I've set them all up on the patio with the pepper plants. The ones I put in the tomato garden didn't do near as well (except for the ghost peppers, which were nearly small bushes when the season ended and which had dozens of peppers I never even got to pick).
Apart from peppers, we do tomatoes mainly. Homemade fresh salsa is a highlight of the tomato season. The past few years we've done zucchini and cucumbers as well. The trick with these is to protect them from the rabbits until they get large enough to start sprouting the little thorny projections on the leaf stems. Then nothing wants to eat them anymore.