Whipped up a Kext/Bundle/Plugin driver installer (someone said they would like one, can't remember who). They're Command files, so they're not as flashy as Kext Helper. I'm not as good at building Cocoa apps as I though so I whipped up some Bash scripts to do the job. It's self explanatory, and you can check the Command files to make sure I'm not trying to destroy your computer. (I love Macs, why would I do that???) I'm looking into some tutorials for Xcode so maybe I'll have a more versatile program in the future. Plus side is that since it's a bash script essentially, it works on PPC and intel Macs. Let me know what you guys think. Unzip "DriverInstaller" and place the folder into your Home folder. Inside that you'll see a couple of scripts and another folder named "DropFilesHere" (put your drivers in there), and then run the appropriate command file. If you need a Kext installed, run KextInstaler.command. For Bundles, run BundleInstaller.command, etc. EDIT: New version! Changes: Added coloring, various tweaks. The scripts now require the "DriverInstaller" folder to be installed to your Home ( /Users/YourUserName/ ) folder. This should fix the errors.