If you want to run real PC software, why not get a real PC? It's only like $300 for something that'll run ten times faster than any Apple emulated environment.
Somebody ought to get to work making emulator cards for the Mac that are essentially one of those mini PCs. It'd be pretty cool to have a true dual environment without having the emulation slowdown.
1. Clear bais agnist anything that isn't a PC. $300? Please...yes you could get something running for that much, but it's not going to be a solid machine, which I consider to be rather important.
2. Nothing wrong with the emulator card idea, unless you have a laptop.
As per usual, just someone I thought was overrated and I won't be seeing their comments again unless he scores a 4 or 5.