Replaced my aging full-tower server (a 366MHz K6-3) with a VIA Mini-ITX system. Although it's 933MHz it seems to do less per cycle and has a smaller cache, so it's only roughly 50% quicker. On the other hand, it's quiet, smaller than my VCR, uses about 20W of power, has half a gigabyte of RAM and mirrored 80GB disks and I can stuff it into a cupboard out of the way. Just don't try to boot an i686 kernel on it.
Spent some time going through my openssh work-in-progress trees and merged some of the minor outstanding things (some AIX version compatibility issues, build fixes for other platforms and a few other minor fixes). Managed to close a couple of outstanding bug reports too.