Cytochrome P450 (P450) enzymes are some of the most versatile redox proteins known. The basic P450 reactions include C-hydroxylation, heteroatom oxygenation, heteroatom release (dealkylation), and epoxide formation. Mechanistic explanations for these reactions have been advanced. A number of more complex P450 reactions also occur, and these can be understood largely in the context of the basic chemical mechanisms and subsequent rearrangements. The list discussed here updates a 2001 review and includes chlorine oxygenation, aromatic dehalogenation, formation of diindole products, dimer formation via Diels-Alder reactions of products, ring coupling and also ring formation, reductive activation (e.g., aristolochic acid), ring contraction (piperidine nitroxide radical), oxidation of troglitazone, cleavage of amino oxazoles and a 1,2,4-oxadiazole ring, bioactivation of a dihydrobenzoxathiin, and oxidative aryl migration.