Some interesting free plugs...
A whole mess of free Windows VST plugs from a new kid on the block called Antress. The GUIs of the "Vintage Edition" are quite slick; note that the guy that made these almost certainly made the plugs without the real units there, but rather programmed them based upon reading about them. These sound absolutely nothing like their real counterparts, so don't think you're getting a free LA2A plug that actually emulates an LA2A or anything. You're getting a plug that looks like an LA2A, but is basically a distortion unit that sort of compresses.
I get the impression they're coded in something other than C++, or something other than VSTGUI, or both, as there is a long pause before they're instanced, like the plug is loading a library of some sort. I didn't feel like checking dependencies, so that's just my gut instinct.
Anyways, all that said, they're certainly okay for freebies, and do have some interesting potential for experimentation, I suppose. The only real keeper of the bunch is the "Modern Analoger" plug, which is some sort of tube/tape/phat simulator. It does a nice number on a drum buss, and if you're feeling adventurous, you could maybe lay it across a 2-buss if you were gentle with it. They're all free, but this one is maybe a bit free-er than the rest.
EDIT: Never mind. These are done in Synthmaker, and he stole the UIs from UA. So don't bother.