I was reading an article by Lee Gomes in the January 20th edition of the Wall Street Journal, on the front page of the Marketplace section titled, "Apple Is Now Showing Some Real Substance Behind the Pretty Case." Its a relatively glowing review of Apple's new hardware and software, but the most interesting quote from the article makes a 'matter of fact' mention of Apple's code-named Marklar project. It states "Apple has hired boatloads of programmers, including some open-source big shots. Application software now has its own division. There is even a group that keeps a version of Apple's OSX operating system available for running on Intel machines. The effort is part of Apple's open-source commitment, but could also be useful if the company ever decides to switch from the PowerPC microprocessor." So I dont know if this is just a journalist taking liberties, or he actually knows something we dont. Ive never heard anything solid about Marklar, just rumors. This, to me is probably the strongest evidence that Apple DOES in fact have OSX for the Intel box, despite all the nay-sayers who say it cant be done. I dont subscribe to the WSJ (just happened to have a copy of this particular edition), and cant get to their article section on the web because of it. Id like to read any comments online regarding this article if anyone is a subscriber. Okay, so this is just food for thought for everyone. But my 2 cents is that OSX for the Intel PC is long overdue. I would love to toss Windows XP on my dual Xeon and do my Intel box up all fancy.