I had remembered that I had installed a "Random User-Agent" plugin in Chrome, with privacy concerns in mind. Sometimes it sends a user-agent that causes a site to send me a page that can't actually be rendered by my browser, so I have to turn it off on some sites.
But I was curious to see what amiunique.org would make of the various random user-agent strings that the plugin would send it.
Ironically, the plugin seems to break the amiunique.org site, I can only get a whitescreen or occasionally a spinner forever, unless I disable the "random user-agent" plugin.
Not sure what to make of that.