There's a few ways we could do this and also effectively allow Windows to run on a PowerPC mac. Unfortunately this still requires someone to know how to program for both of these PPC based machines. 1. Create a OFW (BIOS) hack. Maybe we could create a built in emulator inside BIOS and teach it to act as if the Mac hardware was hardware for a specific IBM PPC machine, or 2. Create a Bootable disc that would be the same as the BIOS hack or even inject it, or do disc swapping and have the emulator in RAM so it would be possible to load the setup disc, and if it didn't inject the emulator into BIOS, it would override the MBR (or equivalent) writing to be the emulator with built in boot instructions to load correctly on a PowerPC mac. 3. QEMU for OS 9/X PPC The least exciting but easiest option. Because QEMU supports IBM PPC. Someone should do one of these for the greater good. I'm surprised we haven't already tried to hack it like this. All we've done before is say "you can't do that", but is time for change.