Ok... Weird thread, I know... But I've been buying computer parts with the intent to build a Hackintosh out of it. This has been something I've been wanting to do for several years, but haven't had the cashflow until recently. My computer's current specs are: Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H Intel Core i7 3770K w/ Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo fan 32 GB G.Skill Ripjaw X 120 GB Samsung 840 Pro SSD 1 TB Seagate Barracuda HDD EVGA GeForce GTX 680 All of the parts are compatible with a fairly smooth install of OSX. My recording rig is: RME HDSP 9652 SSL Alpha Link AX Audient ASP008 Focusrite ISA428 Right now, the computer is running Windows 8, which I've found is quite a bit quicker than Windows 7, but I find it to be more difficult to work with, because it lacks the Start menu. I could run the Classic Shell, but I'd really rather just stick with the stock OS. My original idea was to just dual boot OSX and Windows 8, so I could still play games and things on the Windows 8 side, but the more I think about what benefits I'd gain from going to OSX, the less justification I can think of (I'd want to have a separate SSD and HDD to run the second OS, which means another ~$250 in parts). I run a 2013 iMac at work (I'm a graphic designer) and really enjoy where OSX is going as compared to Windows... but at the same time, I've used Windows since 95 and know all the ins and outs of it. My main purpose for switching was to run Logic and Final Cut Pro for video work I do on the side, but as I've been researching FCP recently, it seems to have become somewhat of a joke in the video industry, and since I already own Adobe CS6 Master Collection, and know Premiere very well, I'm not sure I'd gain anything there. On the audio side, I own Reaper, Pro Tools 10, Cubase 6.5 and Presonus Studio One Pro 2. I really just wanted to try Logic again, since I remember really enjoying it when I've played with it in the past, but I'm not sure switching to OSX is going to be worth my trouble if I have to continually switch back and forth between OSs for different applications, plus my CS6 is licensed to Windows and I'd have to figure out how I trade it out for an OSX version, which means I wouldn't be able to use it on my laptop or any other computers I own. So my question to you - Is there anything super huge as far as stability and performance I'd gain going with OSX, that I wouldn't already get with such a powerful computer on the Windows side? Sell me on OSX!