Well, OK, they are... definitely wrong according to my moral code of "stupid douchebags who want to make a quick buck without doing anything original."
How can you argue they are doing nothing original? They build computers using a set-up they designed all by themselves, in a manner that they believe is more cost-effective and/or powerful than Apple's set up. Under your argument innovators are really just, "stupid douchebags who want to make a quick buck without doing anything original." That's like saying that selling a non-honda car with a Honda engine is morally wrong. In that example the designer still had to make the chassis, the steering assembly, the transmission etc. just as Psystar has to pick the parts for their computers and assemble them.
Why don't you list a couple of non-iPod devices and explain exactly why they are so much better?
Well i'm not too familiar with other devices; i do however own a Cowon S9 and love it. I've owned it for probably 7 or 8 months at this point. The S9 has an OLED screen with a near 180 degree viewing angle, a solid state drive available in 8, 16, and 32 gigabyte version. It supports flac, it can view Dvix files. it can play flash games,it has a touch screen that is unnoticeably smaller(less than a quarter of an inch). in addition to volume, play/pause track skip, and hold controls on the outer edges. It can play 8 hours of video on a single charge, or 55 hours of music. It has user customisable themes. And it is about $100 dollars cheaper than an ipod touch of the same size
It will be on every software sharing site and etc in no time.
That would require a leak from a major security company or a university. We can only hope one of them leaves limewire on a company laptop to leak it for the rest of the world.
Promising costs nothing, it's the delivering that kills you.