Floating around the discussion forums for the crack for OS X which allows it to run on non-Apple Intel machines, as befits a community which was essentially started on hacking and then illegally distributing software, there seems to be very little talk of running productive apps legally on the 'Hackintoshes' either. The purchase demographic seems to be different, if you see what I mean. Someone who buys a piece of Apple hardware with software thinks slightly differently to the hacker who puts all his money into building his own PC's and downloads all his apps from Bittorrent. I have considered the crack on a number of occasions, especially as regards being able to combine the superior business support of Dell or HP for example with the elegance of OS X. However quite apart from the very grey nature of the enterprise even if I purchased a copy of OS X, I deemed it impractical for the purposes of application support. I was curious about people's opinions of this, especially Apple developers. Do the OS X->'86 crack users add something to the Mac community? If so, what?