I thought about OS X on Intel a while ago and it's a good idea for different reasons than most people would think. Apple could use Intel chips in their own hardware, yet still place a ROM chip on the motherboard so that OS X could not be run on other computers. This would nullify Apple's reliance on Moto (50 Mhz in one year ain't nothin to brag about) and most applications would just need a recompile if anything. The blue box would not run as it is not an emulator but allows direct access to hardware. Apple would have to wait another 9 months or so before shipping a machine without classic compatibility or make an emulator on their own, perhaps enlisting Connectix to help. Tell me what you think.