Since I am a mac-win user, I have people complaining on the apple tax. In that context, someone approached me the other day and told me about this vendor Apple Open Systems www.appleopenusa.com. Their claim is: "We have created a unique product that will run, operate Leopard 10.5. Simply put, we have taken the guess-work out of trying to run Leopard OSX on a PC. Along with Leopard, we also have capabilities of running any 32bit OS; such as Windows Vista, Linux, Unix, Leopard, and Solaris. Our systems are also built on the Snow-Leopard platform, for future upgrades. No Hassle, no hacks, upgradable, scalable, guaranteed." More interestingly, here is their tech explanation on how they make the system work: "This item is a mac clone. Running Mac OS X on generic PC hardware is not a new idea; the OSx86 Project has been hacking Mac OS X to run on non-Apple hardware for several years now. But that "Hackintosh" is an iffy proposition, with incomplete driver support and the risk that any Apple Mac OS X updates may break the system, rendering it unusable. The OSx86 Project tends to lag real Macs with security and bug fix updates it's interesting, but not something on which to base a serious workflow. But there's another option now: AppleOpen System Design. Either you can custom-build, or prebuilt. Here, a generic Intel-based PC boots up from the AppleOpen Hardware module; the AppleOpen module then builds a full EFI environment in memory that can boot any operating system that speaks EFI, including Windows Vista x64, Linux, OpenSolaris, HP-UX... And Mac OS X. No hacks, no custom drivers it just works. I offer a money back guarantee and 3 year hardware warranty." They don't seem to be as widely known as Psystar. I contacted TUAW blog but no reply I got from them. Are this guys more legit than Psystar?