At work today I asked Paul about taking a SunRay home to play around with. My plan was to set up the free SunRay server software inside a Solaris Nevada VMware instance.
As I asked Paul, he asked if I was wanting one to try and get SunRay @ Home working. This hadn't actually occurred to me until he mentioned it, but...
by connecting the SunRay directly to my desktop via a crossover cable I could let my desktop PC route traffic between the wired interface and SWAN. I don't see that this would be a problem with the SWAN T&Cs as the SunRay unit can't get to the Internet, can't store data, etc.
For the time being I'm working on my initial plan: the Nevada install is about to start, and then I'll look at the SunRay server software. Unfortunately the latest Nevada DVD I have kicking around is b48, so I'll have to either grab build 53 from work tomorrow, or perform a Live Upgrade.