I think from amount of people coding here in ASM, most of them are coding x86 ASM, because its AMD/Intel architecture where Windows and Linux are based on! The 680x0 Motorola architecture was used on Amiga, Atari ST, old Macintosh and SUN workstations!
So the question is, what system is your target to code for? If you want to code 680x0 on Amiga, just look out for AsmPro (which is coded by scene guys and afaik the lastest free and great ASM compiler)... The older versions are AsmOne, SekaAsm... If you want to code for x86 look out for FASM which seems to be very nice and free!
IDE for asm coding? Probaly just a simple and nice editor... maybe with syntax highlighting.