1x SS5 with 70MHz MicroSparc & 32Mb/8bit FB:
Bought off ebay for a dirt cheap price, but needs improvements, seems to be quite low-end for a heavy Solaris version! I currently installed Sol7 and gave it to my brother along with a 5010pt for his internet-surfing purposes! Works well, though! I like this machine VERY much, think it has one of the best box designs ever (like the Indigo2!!)
1x U10 440 with 256Mb, Creator3D and SunPCI IIpro:
I installed Sol9 and use Gnome and CDE for my everyfay purposes! Didn't find the time to setup the SunPCI so far... I also pulled the Creator just to be able to hook it on my 5010pt via the standard VGA output! Nice cute machine, also produces very good quality sound from its built-in speaker! It acts well as a file server and 'talks' often with my Indigo2 via NFS.
1x U60 Creator3D with 1Gb and dual 360Mhz CPUs & HDs:
I bought this off an ebay auction for a ridiculously low price, but I realize that it isn't as fast and powerful as I expected... Kinda disappointed me! It now runs Sol9 & Aurora SPARC 2.0 and used for Office purposes, mainly!
I tried several installs on this machine so far, such as Sol7, 8, 9, 10, 11 (Express), Debian 3.02 & 3.1, Aurora 2.0, FreeBSD 6.0 but nothing impressed me! My Indigo2 pleases me way better!
1x SUN GDM5010pt (21'' Sony trinitron):
BRILLIANT!!!!!!!! Nothing more to say
Anyway, I am far from expert, in fact I now started learning a bit of UNIX as a hobbyist and all these machines ar at least interesting
Surely I will realize more as I will learn more secrets about them!!