@Doix - Also have you given any effort to modifying the DSDT to fix the audio and add the codec id's etc for the Audio kext and enabling the HD audio via a dsdt mod? I realize that it is not really necessary, but it could improve the audio performance. I notice that there is a very slight lag when initiating audio (ie when pressing the volume buttons) after it has been idle for some time. This behaviour does not occur on a real mac. I have read that injecting the audio values by DSDT yields a better working audio setup, than by using a legacy kext and/or modified AppleHDA. Also then the modified Audio kexts would not be required, as the information would be injected via DSDT.
There is a decent set of instructions for doing this in posts 24-25 of this thread: http://osx86.co/f36/...1960/page3.html
Also, a very minor issue is the brightness. It would be nice to have it functioning as it does in windows. With the minimum and maximum settings available right after boot. I find that after sleeping the display, the minimum brightness is no longer 'dark' enough for night operation. I think there is information on that in the link provided as well.
I realize that I am 'plucking at straws' but with more and more issues being resolved, I figure it is worth pointing out things that can still be improved upon with this machine.
I will have a look at the DSDT mod for the audio and brightness later tonigh when I have time, but I am an amateur at best when it comes to DSDT modding. I figure that you will be able to resolve these issues with far less effort than I will