Psystar was recently on the receiving end of a brutal legal beatdown, and though they’re not selling Mac clones anymore, you can still purchase their Rebel EFI software on their website. Rebel EFI, in case you haven’t heard of it, is essentially some Psystar written code which purports to let users install retail copies of OS X on generic PC hardware. Not surprisingly, reviews of the software have been anything but favorable. And if that’s not enough to make you wary, check out this warning on the Rebel EFI page from Psystar’s website.
So basically Psystar is saying, “Here’s some crappy piece of horribly reviewed software we wrote, and we think you should buy it! Even though a lot of people are having problems with it, and some can’t even get their computers to boot up, it’s still worth checking out. But if our software ends up deleting some of your important and irreplaceable data (fingers crossed that it won’t!), please don’t blame us because, remember, we’re the good guys here. Apple is evil and we’re taking them on!”