Peeking into some cases in the pile of random machines to see what's what. Got into an AT minitower with "Trojan 386" badging to find it had the P5F76 board that's on old inventories but was thus far MIA. On that was a GL-5430 PCI *yawn* and an IBM 6x86MX 2.5x75 PR233, maybe 4x16MB installed. Looked like it had one of the old Quantum Prodrive LPS in there.
Next up was what I knew was the desktop (flat) AT case with the P5 socket 4 P60 in it, but had to refresh on the deets, which turned out to be Asus P5MP3 board, ISA i/o because that board ain't got none, MAD16 soundcard with 4 CD IF on it, connected to Mitsumi 1 or 2x tray load CDROM. 8 bit Western Digital NIC, another 5430, thing was a bit of a bitsa, got it with just the board in the case I think. Spindles were one of the grindy Maxtors and the "classic" AT Seagates.
Then I got a closer look at the mystery XT, it's labelled APCO a one time maker of Apple II clones, and appears to have been their one and only attempt at cracking the PC market. Par/ser/video are on the back edge of the board, floppy controller onboard, with 4X 8 bit slots for anything else, V40, 3 banks of ram one soldered 2 socketed. One slot taken with an "SL 05" MFM controler to a Kalok 30MB drive. Board looks real close to some Leading Edge and Packard Bell models on RetroWeb, but the BEJ9QKGS6221 FCC ID on the back label traces to Goldstar and board appears to split the difference between two of theirs that I can find. Pheonix BIOS 2.52 and one socket for expansion ROM. Bank of 12 switches near the RAM banks up front. Only ID on board itself I can see (lot of hidden by PSU) is MOTHER 611-245D REV 4.4 (Some random dude on French Canadian eBay reckons his with that number is for a Packard Bell PB VX88, I shall investigate...)
Edit: dang I thought all my prayers were answered finding it was also a VX88, matches LGRs machine internally and the one on PreterHuman, but "more" popular seems to translate to "more than one person posted about it once ever" rather than any in depth stuffs, BUT theretroweb has the switch settings, the microhouse sketch didn't look so super close when I pulled it up without additional photo confirmation.
Unicorn herding operations are proceeding, but all the totes of hens teeth and barrels of rocking horse poop give them plenty of hiding spots.