As I type this, I'm currently installing Windows 3.1 on my iPhone 4 via a DOS emulator (a DOSBox beta for jailbroken iPhones/iPad). When I tried it on my brand new MacBook Pro a few years ago, it wasn't great - just pretty much didn't really respond well to it, like it was too fast for it and just didn't like my hardware. Tried on my iBook a few days ago, was REALLY sluggish to install and hardly even worked. On my iPhone, it installed in less than 5 minutes, looks VERY good on the screen - beautiful! I really am just amazed on how smooth it actually works. I'm hoping that the mini vMac that loads the old Mac OS systems can compare to it. But now, here's the thing I wonder - If it had the ability to run OS X Snow Leopard/Windows 7, would it run it better than the current Intel machines? That is the ultimate comparison test.