Scotch eggs are one of my favourite foods let alone eggs.
If fried then I do it an odd way apparently but runny eggs are not for me.
If boiled- hard boiled rather than soft.
Devilled eggs are fine, I doubt I would seek them out.
Scrambled I can take or leave.
re: "Century/Preserved".... you could get in trouble here. Preserved could also mean pickled where hard boiled eggs are left in vinegar for some time (on occasion approaching 2 decades if my childhood memories of grotty pubs serves me well) while century eggs are something quite different... tasty in my experience but do not do wonders for the constitution of some people.
Also do balut eggs count here?
For the unaware: http://www.flickr.com/photos/majorpanicuk/3174936050/
Finally do they have to be chicken eggs?
There are a whole world of different types of bird egg out there; duck, goose, gull, quail, swan, chicken, pigeon (as in wood although I suppose people do eat feral as well), ostrich, emu, pheasant and I have not even touched on the less legitimate eggs.