Things have been changing for Mac-On-Linux, and it is now directly competing with Mac OS X's Classic run-time environment. It sports much better 2d graphics acceleration at this time and complete sound support. It now has built in VNC support, G4 support, and 2.4 Kernel support, and most notably, interrupted session support. That is, it allows a person to hit F12 and watch as Mac-On-Linux immediately turns off, and pick up precisely where they left off upon Mac-On-Linux's next run. Very Cool. Also, plans for a regular interface to Linux's Network Device are in the works, which will allow for Mac-On-Linux behave like any other Linux program in respects to networking. Hopefully, Mac-On-Linux will keep progressing for a good while to come.