In a column today on ZDNet, David Coursey looks at the pros and cons of putting Mac OS X on Intel processors. “…I’m a real Apple user and I’d like to see Apple build some Intel-based boxes, though I will add the caveat ‘only if the OS can be locked to the hardware.’ By which I mean, only if Apple can create a version of Mac OS X for Intel processors that it can limit for use on Apple manufactured hardware only. If that could be done, I’d think it’s a good idea.”