This woman gave me a DVD-R that had Mac OS written on it and wanted to know what it was, so I popped it in one of my Macs and it's an install disc for Kalyway 10.5.2 which is a version of Mac OS X Leopard that can be installed on Intel or AMD PC machines. I'd never heard of it before but I've seen people on Craigslist selling PC's with OS X installed on them. From what I read on the internet, Apple has complained and has filed lawsuits because it violates the EULA. It doesn't sound like their efforts have been overly strenuous,though,and there's sites on the web with forums and downloads of these installs operating blatantly and matter-of-factly. Isn't this just plain and simple piracy? What is the benefit to the Mac community besides selfish reasons. Hackers who get through software security and only leave a graffiti tag to show that they made it present a legitimate justification for their efforts. But what benefit to us is there in such blatant disregard of Apple's copyright found in these OSx86 hacks and their free distribution? What is the value in undermining Apple?