I really enjoy all three of those pieces as well as the sizes, particularly the modern Cheng Ju Fang Huang Long Shan pot. It must be nice to have your sheng pu setup dialed in and complete and to have your T.A.D. (tea acquisition disorder), as Debunix often titles it, momentarily satiated!
If you don't mind, can you put up or pm me a picture of the pear-skinned zhuni pot's bottom right side up so I can better read the Mandarin. Written as it is, on thin-carved on clay, it's hard to read upside down. I can read the first two characters: ”白雲“。。。"white cloud."
Definitely. Here's one below that shows it more clearly (and hopefully more right-side up
). Hope that helps. I'd be grateful to know what the inscription reads.