The debate rages on weather it is illegal to install mac on a pc. Some say yes, some say no. Some say you can modify your OWN software, but not sell it. From the ruling against Pystar, I would say the courts seem to favor apple. Now they seemed to rule against Pystar because they were selling pre-packaged mac clones. Now SWIM has successfully installed Mac OS on a PC. SWIM is thinking he can make some money from this, but he dosen't want to face the same fate as Pystar. Now, unlike Pystar, what if SWIM acts as a technician and installs Mac OSX on the customer's behalf. That is for every customer, SWIM requires that they buy Mac OS and then modifies that EXACT COPY (courts didn't like Pystar using imaging) and installs it on behalf of the customer. SWIM also intends to make sure that each customer signs a waiver saying they understand what they are doing and the reprocussions of doing so, they release the tech of all liabilities, the tech is ONLY performing a service as requested by the customer, etc. I feel this would be as "illegal" as the customer installing mac os x themselves, however since they do not have the technical expertise they are subcontracting a technician to do it for them. This will be on a small scale, possibly through craigslist and SWIM's local college.