"It has called Apple's tying of Mac OS X to proprietary machines an "anticompetitive" practice."
If indeed there is no anticompetitive backer for Psystar whose intent is to damage Apple, then I have to point out that the owners of this joke company (less than 800 Hackintoshes sold!) are anti-sanity. They remain totally nuts if they think their 'anticompetition' BS is going to hold up in court. We're talking about patented Apple technology here. End of story.
As for the EFI hack, a previous hack already exists on the market. It is Intel's decision whether to press charges as EFI is their technology, not Apple's. Considering that Psystar were already
bankrupt before losing this case, I see no reason to expect them or their EFI hack to exist at the end of 2010.