Hi Hope, I like your nick We had a similar thread here [webmasterworld.com] - some of the bots on your list are in there. DIIbot -> [digital-integrity.com ] "Digital Integrity's patent-pending technology is the solution for discovering and tracking all types of digital content. The power of this technology is its ability to detect and track digital "content segments" -- such as a Microsoft Word document or document phrase, a PowerPoint slide, a JPEG file, a line of code, HTML, or even MP3. But unlike a search engine, Digital Integrity's technology can discover content segments of any length, in any format."
I don't know what GenCrawler, GentleSpider, Kenjin Spider and oBot ((compatible;Win32)) are - they are probably personal applications. I seem to recall a perl script Bot that was called 'GentleSpider'. If you have the spiders IPs we might be able to do some more tracking.
Odds are good oBot ((compatible;Win32)) is some type of desktop app. The thing about User_Agent is that anyone with a bit of skill could hit your site using any UA he/she wants - so the name it self doesn't mean much.
You really know how to make my evening littleman. I was hoping they were all se spiders. It makes me nervous to think someone is spidering our entire site that many times. I wish I knew why. Oh well, guess I should go take a look at the logs to see what they were after and if they took a look at robots.txt.