One, as best I can tell I still cannot purchase a license for OS X to install on a hackintosh. Hence any installation as such is violation of the terms (and likely of copyright as well) for OS X.
If you are willing to do without support, what does that matter?
Because I am not opposed to paying for good software. I am perfectly willing to pay for software if it works well, but they won't sell it to me. I haven't pirated software in well over a decade and don't plan to do it again. Hell, I don't even care about whether or not I can get support from them, I just want a legitimate license.
Two, the notion of being able to get OS X "for free" does not adequately describe the situation. it is only "free" for people who have already paid for it by purchasing an apple computer.
And you got free OS updates when you buy a Dell, HP, Lenovo PCs?
That is not without precedent, actually, Lenovo in particular has more than once in recent memory offered free windows updates to customers who purchased within a certain time window of a new version. They have also offered free "downgrades" for people who want to run older versions.
If you built your own PCs, you didn't even get the OS free with the hardware.
Well, that depends on what OS you want to run. I mostly run Linux which is, of course, free for most distros. That said, if you want to run windows you can go and purchase a legitimate license for whatever version you want. I can't do that with Mac OS X.