Excuse me if I have already missed the bandwagon on a similar discussion: I was checking out Delicious links where today there is a popular link to a Wired article describing how to install OS X on a Eee PC... Oh, BUT: . its in violation of Apple's EULA . sound does not work . Flash does not work . Ethernet does not work . Software Updates would likely break the hacked installation . need to modify BIOS and install third party wifi support, etc. . it appears the author describes on Wired.com how to steal an illegal copy of OS X What is the point of it all? All the effort & the best possible end result is a horribly crippled OS X experience. With less effort and for the same or maybe even lower price as the Eee, why not simply find a used Mac, or shell out a few extra hundred and get a real, brand new Macbook? The h/w is a fairly major part of the overall Mac experience. Am I missing the point?