Actually, a very limited subset of them. These are variations/twin dances of ones I've already tested. Use at your own risk.7/24 
A1 Men pass left shoulders Allemande right neighbor 3/4 to long wave  (right to neighbor, women face out, left hand to neighbor N2) Balance wave Circulate (Women loop right, men cross set to long wave) A2 Balance wave Circulate (Men loop right, women cross set) Swing neighbor B1 Men allemande left 1 & 1/2 to short wave of 4 (right to partner, men have left hands in center) Balance wave Circulate on diagonal (Men loop right to partner's place. Women go forward on right diagonal to other side of next wave to opposite sex neighbor N2's place) B2 Balance wave Circulate on diagonal (Women loop right, while men go forward on right diagonal) Swing partner
The inverse of "24/7."Chain the Triangle
A1 Neighbor N1 pull by right Neighbor N2 courtesy turn  Left diagonal ladies chain to shadow A2 Ladies chain across to neighbor N1 Circle right 3/4  Pass through by left  B1 Partner balance and swing B2 Long lines forward and back Men allemande left 1 & 1/2, look for new neighbor
Untested extension of "Chain the Corner", and it'll probably be a while before I call a dance where I can test it. In the ladies chain section, men receive women in a clockwise windshield-wiper like fashion. Women travel a right triangle -- along the set, on the diagonal, and then across. While there's a number of end effects, they're all standard ones -- re-enter with man on left, woman on right; don't chain if you can't; if you're a lone couple out, chain with the couple trying to find you on the diagonal.
There is a more unforgiving version with a neighbor swing, also untested:Chain the Right Triangle
A1 Long lines forward and back, face N1 Neighbor N1 pull by right Neighbor N2 courtesy turn A2 Left diagonal ladies chain to shadow Ladies chain across to neighbor N1 B1 Circle right 3/4 Pass through by left Partner swing B2 Men allemande left 1 & 1/2 Neighbor swing
(Added 6/4/2013)A Thing of Trust
Moved to secondary page.
(Added 8/7/2012)Wind-up Your Partner (working title)
A1 Long lines forward and back Circle left 1 A2 Draw pousette partner clockwise 3/4 Two-hand turn partner 1 & 1/2 B1 1/2 hey (WL, NR, ML) Swing partner B2 Women allemande right 1 & 1/2 Swing neighbor
Version of "The Full Wind-up" with a token neighbor swing.