I was thinking about the success Linux has had in the backroom. One of the main reasons for it was us nerds and geeks could experiment with it without having to cut out the pizza budget. As much as I'd like to try OSX Server in my org, I can't because the entry point is several thousand dollars. If Apple had OS X server for x86, I could easily justify giving it a crack. If it didn't work out, I'd only blown a few hundred, if it did, I could then justify buying Apple's own servers. Also, software would be more easily ported - such as Lotus Domino which IBM have a Mac client of (Lotus Notes) and a Linux server version but not the other way round. As well OS X Server would then get the same halo affect that Linux has (where it's starting to pick up desktop market share). All that said, I don't believe OS X desktop needs to be x86. What do others think?