For a few months now Psystar has been selling Mac clones, flying in the face of Apple's End User License Agreement, which forbids people running Mac OS X on non-Apple branded hardware. Not everyone knows, since moving OS X to run on Intel processors, OS X will run "pretty much fine" on regular PC hardware. I've done it before myself. Apple have naturally sued Psystar for doing this, and Psystar have now replied with a counter suit of their own, claiming unfair competition! Lots of places are reporting this. I'm excited to see where this goes. If Psystar have some decent lawyers, and anti-competitive litigation continues the way it's been going, we could conceivably see legally enforced Apple open-ness. What a concept.