I was talking to a developer friend of mine about putting OS-X on a mini. He said the only problem he see's is that since we are booting a kernel off of the EFI partition, things might get funky when a major OS release comes out that has a new kernel. He says the software update won't update the kernel in the EFI partition so there could be some problems when it tries to boot up and uses the kernel in the EFI vs. whatever new kernel is part of the update.
Before I pull the trigger on this, I wanted to find out how this issue has been or will probably be addressed? Maybe I'm aiming to high in that I want this to be as painless as possible such that as soon as I get OS-X installed, I don't need to worry about having to do some major hacks to maintain it. Dell has a $70 off deal on the Mini that expires at 6am on the 23rd (like 8 hours from now), so I'm hoping someone replies tonight.