As they're all over the net anyway, I'll post here too: Pre Install Notes: 1. You can not install OS X86 on a partition, it NEEDS it's own drive. 2. You NEED a CPU which has SSE2 as a minimum. The OS is crippled with purely SSE2, however it is still bootable, and useable. Only with Intel Binaries though. PPC compiled apps require rosetta, which requires SSE3. You can use CPUz: http://www.cpuid.org/download/cpu-z-130.zip ; to check for SSE. 3. For the install, you will need a copy of the OS X86 DVD (we DO NOT need to know where this is available, if you have a copy, the assumption shall be made that you obtained it via a transition dev kit.) 4. It's not just a simple install, you will need more tools than just your install DVD, however the guides make it simple enough. Install Guide Easiest: http://www.xplodenet.com/ Alternative: http://www.360hacker.net/ Proof of concept I've mirrored various video's of OSX86 in action here: http://speedyb.osnn.net/osx86/video/ I shall be trying this myself when I get some time, and access to a friends machine, I will of course post results etc.