No BSODs, but a couple of interesting network/system lockups two days ago. I've changed a few things and think I know the root cause. I intend to some testing to verify, but for now will just keep an eye on it.
Here are the details, they are the same for both lockups. When the Toshiba laptop turns off the display per the power saving settings I couldn't get it to come back on. Additionally, the wireless and wired network crashed. When I went to another PC in the house I get a report that a duplicate IP address has been assigned. At this point no PC on the network can access the Internet, although all the PCs can access the router.
It looks like the root cause may be having the Toshiba laptop connected to the network both wired and wirelessly. My reason for suspecting this it that I appear to have eliminated the problem just by turning off the Toshiba wireless. I suspect it could be caused by an odd corner condition with the wireless connection being controlled by the laptop and the wired connection being controlled via USB and the docking station.
I want to see if I stay lockup free for a week or so. If so, I intend to try to replicate the conditions to see if another lockup happens. I'll keep you posted.