I have to agree with everyone else. I am a complete newb when it comes to this stuff. I mean like don't understand 80% of what people are talking about on here
sometimes and I got it installed on my Dell mini and absolutely everything runs flawless. I have added quite a few updates including going from 10.5.5 to 10.5.6, running a newer update (did the original install with v6 boot, and have now run v7.9) and have also ran xslimmer and added the mousepad controls and have not had one single problem with any of it. A few things I was a little scared to make the moves on because I wasn't sure about them, but I figured the only way to learn is to try it.
I guess the point I am trying to make is that, if I can do it I am pretty confident that anyone can pull it off (it did take me about a week to figure it all out, but the end result is more than worth it all). When i first got my mini I was doing research on installing os X, and ran across the win86 method, and almost started on it, but then I found these forums and found all of the work and information provided by unaclocker and others and I new I had to use this method, as it was "the right way". So I would say go for it, once you get it up and running you will never look back and won't ever regret it!