As would be expected, the most prolific producers of tornadoes were individual cells and clusters of cells, although a surprisingly high number were found in non-linear convective systems. Normalized on a per case basis, however, broken lines dominated. Squall lines with line-parallel stratiform regions had the most reports per case of floods, followed by lines with trailing stratiform rain. Surprisingly, squall lines with line-parallel stratiform rain had the most reports of giant hail (greater than 2 inch diameter) per case, but they were limited in number so the results may not be robust. Cell catagories generally dominated for giant hail. Marginally severe hail was most common on a per case basis in bow echoes and line-forward squall lines. Not surprisingly, bow echoes produced the most cases of severe wind, followed by squall lines with trailing stratiform rain and nonlinear convective systems.