While researching something unrelated, I tripped across P2P Marshal. Since I have not been able to get to any sort of training short of paying my own way, I did not make it to the DFRWS07 - at any rate, the tool's been out and it's free to LE.
From the website:
P2P Marshal is a tool to analyze peer-to-peer (P2P) usage on file system images. It automatically detects what P2P client programs are, or were, present, extracts configuration and log information, and shows the investigator the shared (uploaded and downloaded) files.
P2P Marshal follows forensic best practices and maintains a detailed log file of all activities it performs. It is designed to be easily extensible to support new P2P clients and networks. It has extensive search capabilities, produces reports in RTF, PDF, and HTML formats and runs on Windows-based operating systems.
* Analyzes peer-to-peer network usage
* NIJ-sponsored project
* Forensically sound
* Version 1.0 available free to law enforcement
* Provides full analysis for: BitTorrent, LimeWire, uTorrent, and Azereus
* Detects and shows default download locations for Ares, Google Hello, and Kazaa
* Future versions will include additional client support and capabilities
* Microsoft Windows XP or Vista Operating System
* 120M disk space free
I don't think I'll have the time to use this any time soon, but if someone else does, I would be interested to know about it.
There's also a mention in the ForensicsWiki about it.