I only have a few systems fired up today but this still works as a good example of LLTD maps in Vista.
"Methusela" is my primary workstation, running Vista RC1. I've ditched XP on it long ago.
"Jukejoint" is my Thinkpad 240, , which was originally used as a jukebox, running XP SP2 with the LLTD add-on.
"Amazon" is my wife's machine that I leave alone. If LLTD was installed on it, her machine would show up "next" to mine because they are behind the same gigabit switch.
If the DD-WRT-ized Linksys WRT54GS had support, it would show up as the switch right above "Jukejoint", because both are on the opposite side of the house where the cell signal strength is stronger. I also use the WRT54GS to scare and confuse wardrivers in the area. Every house needs a honeypot, right?
Not shown is "Ghetto Frankenstein", my Apple G3 beige box that was hacked up to support a G4 chip. It is/was the current jukebox of the house but is currently in storage. There are also a few Digital Multias, printers, workstations and laptops in storage that will need a new home at some point.