Feature interactions in the original sense of the term (i.e. within a telecommunications domain), have now been the subject of significant research activity for over ten years. This paper considers several different sources of interactions in other domains, arising during the course of our research at Lancaster. These interactions are taken from a variety of areas within the field of Distributed Systems, and stand to benefit greatly from the application of techniques developed in the feature interaction community. Furthermore, we believe they represent a potentially important generalisation for feature interaction research.