Due to an online coupon for East Austin Succulents (thanks for the head's up, Robin), I was able to combine my recent purchases from Oracle Gorge and create two new succulent pots.
The smaller (but taller) container consist of Aloe plicatilis (back), Snowflake Aloe (Aloe rauhii) (front left) & 'White Beauty' Aloe (front right).
While planting, I was a bit grumpy to discover that the Snowflake Aloe was simply an unrooted cutting placed in a small pot. Went ahead and replanted into pot and will have to hope it develops some roots.
The second larger pot holds eight different species - though in typical East Austin Succulent fashion, most were not identified (grumble). The large plant in the center is Aloe vanbalenii surrounded by a pale green Sedum.
On the right side (front to back), the pot contains an unidentified succulent, Aloe 'Black Beauty' & Senecio 'Himalaya'.
The left side, from front to back, consists of Sedum rubrotinctum (I believe), another unidentified succulent & a species of Aeonium.