The number of possible non-Standard Model scenarios is essentially infinite, but many of the studied scenarios still share a lot of aspects. For instance, new and gauge bosons can arise in a number of different ways. Therefore it still makes sense to try to cover a few basic classes of particles, with enough freedom in couplings that many kinds of detailed scenarios can be accommodated by suitable parameter choices. We have already seen one example of this, in the extended Higgs sector above. In this section a few other kinds of non-standard generic physics are discussed. Supersymmetry is covered separately in the following section, since it is such a large sector by itself.