Seriously, I long to have one either. But until then, I stay with theming my current OS. ^^
I started wanting to try Mac way back 2006 just to escape the Windows world once in a while. Though, back then, I'm already trying out GNU/Linux just to learn something new.
Upon learning that Mac OS are only bundled on a Mac machine -- no retails available, I started looking for Mac themes for Windows. It's then that I heard about WindowBlinds and ObjectDock, YzShadow and other freewares and sharewares on the net that help tweak Windows theme into a Mac. Good thing FlyAKite OSX existed -- it did all the dirty jobs for me.
Playing around with my Mac-themed Windows, I wasn't all too happy as it didn't give the UNIX feel.
So I turned into my GNU/Linux box and started looking for FlyAKite OSX for GNU/Linux. Sadly, there was none at that time. Yes, you can find some wallpapers, icons and sounds but it's not close to what FlyAKite did to my Windows box.
Year later, here comes Mac4Lin. I installed it on my newly upgraded Ubuntu Feisty Fawn. Though, you still have to do some dirty works installing the replacements -- reading 6 pages of how-to.
But all that changed last June 2009, as Mac4Lin v1.0 has been released. Automating it all with shell scripts.
Now, everybody can have a free Mac OS -- well a Mac-themed UNIX-like free OS. :D
As Michael Jackson sung it, "easy as 1-2-3":
- Install Ubuntu
- Install Mac4Lin