I know this is probably way out of my price range, but I was just wondering hypothetically speaking, if this would work: IBM makes this kick-ass Unix workstation called the Model 6E4 Workstation. It has either single or dual 1.2 ghz. or 1.45 ghz. Power4 processors, plus a whopping 8MB of L3 cache per proc. It also supports up to 16GB of RAM and 587GB of internal disk storage. There's this piece of software out there called Mac on Linux. It lets you run OS X on any Linux PowerPC based system. Although this isn't the most elegant solution, and you don't get the nice Apple design work that goes into their systems, it should blow the doors off of even a dual 1.42ghz. PowerMac. Has anyone tried this? I don't have $10,000 or so to burn, but if money were no object, it seriously could be done. Thoughts?