yah the effort might kill someone though... i tried for like 2 weeks to get it to work with some p4 that i have lying around and the forums were no help / different images didnt work and no one could help.
I'm assuming, however, that it isn't as simple as going out to your local Apple Store and picking up a copy of OS X-for Intel, and then installing it on a generic PC. Or is there a hack for that as well? Or will there be one?
The only current way I know of to install OS X on a PC, involves a bitorrent download of OS X and a piggyback-install onto an Ubuntu Live! CD, and from there configuring it to boot as primary OS. Or something like that. I've never tried it.
LTD: you'd be better to head over to osx86roject.org forums, they're alot of help and have lots of guides and information.
as far as getting a copy at the store, yes you can, but you have to patch it. i downloaded a prepatched dvdiso via bit torrent.
driver situation is okay depending on which hardware you have. hardware such as nvidia isn't really supported, though it's supposed to be eventually i believe, macvidia. most other things can be patched/modified to work.
i haven't used mine thoroughly yet, due to not having a compatible usb network adapter, which i'm working on getting now d:
For anyone else who was confused after reading the original post:
The article's about getting Windows XP to run natively on an Intel-based Macintosh, and not a PowerPC-based one. And by natively, I mean without the aid of Boot Camp, Parallels, or whatever the junk else is out there.