Sorry about that. It probably explains the lack of speed; vMac is slooooow. This isn't usable. I don't know of anyone who has reproduced this either. It's nothing to watch until someone hacks the PSP with PDA input. If you've ever tried using a PDA with just arrow buttons, you'll know that even a fully functional OS would drive most people nutty.
"Boot time is approximately 4 hours using default CPU settings. Setup time was about 40 minutes, just because I had to find all the necessary files and recall how to install them. This cheap hack was done with the version of Bochs for PSP running vMac in FreeDOS."
Wow, here's a better tree of that:
OS7 -> vMac -> FreeDOS -> Bochs -> PSP
That explains the speed and boot time, at least I'm sure that can't be very fast.
Now, I'm sure with some hacks, you could do this:
OS7 -> Bochs -> PSP
or even see if Bochs could be modified and integrated into OS7 (like we use Darwin x86 with OSX) and do:
OS7 (modified) -> PSP