As I said in the other topic, Snow Leopard runs well on this model, but you have to initialise the Ralink Wireless Utility every time you switch on. I have set it up so that this program is opened on logon and have saved a profile for my wireless network so that it starts up without me having to configure it each time. One note for this software, I have noticed that if you leave it running there are sometimes issues with it randomly disconnecting, i suggest that as soon as you see that a connection has been established you quit the program, which will leave the wifi card running nicely until you next turn off/on.
I hope very much that i have been of assistance, if anybody has any problems/queries post in one of these topics about the 1001HA or pm me and I'll be happy to help further.
Nico, I am so grateful to you for posting the link to mechdrew: I had never seen it before (not looking in the right places perhaps). The guide seems sane and as a result I have downloaded the necessary files. I've struggled and failed with various iDeneb versions, and the eeeboot thing, always there was an issue. Perhaps now I can have a hackintosh. I love OSX and am looking forward to getting SL on this netbook: Win7 isnt bad, but OSX is better .