People, I'll ask a question related to the license for installing OSX: If I install an Atom motherboard into an old Mac LCII case then I buy a Snow Leopard license and finally install a hackintosh on it, would I be infringing OSX license of use? I mean, OSX is intended for being installed only in Apple hardware, but I never heard that the entire hardware must be from Apple. If so, you couldn't upgrade RAM and HDD by yourself on self-serviceable Macs. I'm planning building a HackinMac running OSX 10.6 in a top-class Atom logic board, SSD, 4GB of RAM and so on. My first challenge is building an ADB adapter for using the keyboard in a PS2 or USB port. I think a PS2-to-USB adapter plus a DIY ADB driver (that I'm planning to write) will do the trick. Also I want to fit a LCD panel in place of the original CRT, preserving almost the same original look of the entire set. It's a hobby pretty weird, I know, but the license question is if I could build a 100% legal Hackintosh using older Mac parts.