So, been messing with Arduinos and Pi's for some time, making little things to see how they work, and how I can mod them etc. (already using them at work as web output displays) Finally have some projects in a working environment & some in dev which I'd like to share (lol). Banana Pi - NAS Nice little thing, way better than the original Pi B and Pi B+ (forget the A's currently). Have just installed Bananas on it, running along side a 1TB 2.5 drive. This will be used as a separate repository & TFTP server for PXE boot. Raspberry Pi B - GPS NTP Server As it states this is a GPS NTP time server for my network (and anything that would like to connect to it) This also has PiUPS on it as well. Raspberry Pi B+ - SDR Radio So messing with SDR USB radio got me thinking about getting it running on a Pi, which I have managed to do, allows me to listen to 20KHz all the way upto 1.7GHz (using upconverter) Also can be used to drag weather imagery down, looking at posting this on a web site (when I can be arsed) Will need updating to the Pi 2 at some stage, as this will need more RAM for it to work via internet streaming. Raspberry Pi 2 - Weather Station This will be the start of my weather information system, will link with my 3 other friends weather stations (Pi 2 weather stations), enabling it to show weather status across Southern Oxfordshire (still in dev though). Raspberry Pi B (looking to replace with a Pi 2) - SNMP Server Simple SNMP server running Observium. Though I have 3 HP Microservers (N36L, N40L & Gen8, which are my NAS storage for everything) and dual CPU Xeon system (work horse plenty of grunt but about to be decommissioned, these little things are brilliant at running things but not using much power. Photos will be taken soon, need to put some in boxes, the SDR Pi needs shielding better as I still get noise from sources I can't control GPS Pi needs its antenna placed in a better position rather than just being hanged outside the window My eldest is also looking at creating a Pi door camera system, that not only takes a screen shot of whoever stands at the front door, but also will email it out to herself. Someone once said that too many Pi's is bad for you, even these ones are.