hey everyone, i couldn't find any answers on any other sites so i thought i would turn to the experts! i have a brand new 13" unibody macbook (2.0gHz, 2GB DDR3 RAM, and 160GB HD) bought from apple around new years. anyways i am about to perform some upgrades (crucial RAM to 4GB, and a 320GB or 500GB hard drive update).. and i have a question reguarding the OS X EULA statements. i took this from "os86.thefreesuite.com": "[...]OSX' EULA clearly states that you aren't allowed to install OSX on non-Apple hardware, you aren't allowed to Install OSX Tiger or Leopard on your regular Windows machine[...]" this is the part i need a few answers from... i have used about all of my hard drive space on this note book - and OSX is native to it. if i took out the 2.5" SATA hard drive. and replaced it as my desktop's PC's Hard drive... 1.) would i be able to boot up OS X? if not how would i go about doing this? 2.) since i didn't INSTALL OS X on any other system, it wouldn't be illegal right? and finally, 3.) IF i did (not that it's my intent to) but how would OS X perform? thanks!!