Last month my PC's motherboard failed, luckily it was in warranty so I was able to choose a new motherboard from Ebuyer.com Anyway when reading reviews about the motherboard I was going to buy it turned it that particular motherboard worked perfectly with Mac OSX, so once I got my PC up and running again I figured it would be interesting to see if I could get OSX working on it. Installing: OSX was really that easy to install, all I had to do was insert a boot cd then swap to a retail OSX Snow Leopard DVD when it asked me to. (OSX is £25 on the apple website.) I then installed just like I would as if I was installing OSX on a real Mac. After the installation has finished I updated to the latest 10.6.4 update and ran an application which made my OSX install bootable and fixed the sound which the 10.6.4 update broke. Thats it, such little effort and I have a perfectly working OSX install. The only real problem I had was that OSX didnt like my NTFS formatted drives with Windows 7 on which caused it to crash when booting if the drives were connected, that problem was solved by installing Pargon NTFS for Mac 8.0. That also let me write to my 500gb download drive which was a nice bonus too, so now my Mac and Windows 7 installs can share files. My Xbox 360 webcam worked out the box, as did my printer and bluetooth dongle. The Canon website had drivers for my scanner and someone had created drivers for the Xbox 360 Wireless Gaming Receiver. So now I have a pretty nice Mac that 3 years ago cost me half the price an new iMac does today... Its 130mhz slower however beats it in every other way Spec: Processor: 2.93ghz Dual Core (overclocked from 2.2ghz) Ram: 4GB DDR2 1066mhz (overclocked from 800mhz) Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3LR iP45 Hard drive: 250gb for OSX + 500gb storage drive Graphics: Nvidia Geforce 8800GT Monitor: 22" Dell Ultrasharp 2208WFP Printer: Canon IP 4500 Scanner: Canon Lide 90 Webcam: Xbox Live Vision Camera Joypad: Xbox 360 Wireless Gaming Receiver (Drivers) Bluetooth: USB 2.0 Bluetooth dongle My HackPro: About this Mac: Photobooth: My breakfast... yum! Bluetooth & Google Chrome: Steam for Mac: 2D games work perfectly: As do 3D games: The iPhone episode of Futurama Here is the guide / boot cd I used to get OSX up and running: Kakewalk: Minimal effort install (EP45, EX58, P55, G41), Kakewalk is a simple vanilla method for installing Snow Leopard.