But my Mini's trackpad's died out on me already. At first I thought it was just some issue with Snow Leopard, specifically the point update releasae (10.6.1). It's an erratic problem, sometimes the trackpad works as expected and sometimes not. (I'd already tried with bootable Windoze on USB, and it's the same result)
I'm still waiting for my keyboard replacement, and this trackpad issue came along as another thing to worry about on the side. In a heartbeat I would've gotten a new Mini, and it would be the same Mini 1000 because of its compatibility with Mac OS X.
For most other netbooks, ethernet remains one of, if not the, main bane in terms of hackintoshing. But the HP Mini 1000's Marvel Yukon 2 ethernet port is even natively supported in Mac OS X Leopard. WiFi and Bluetooth work seamlessly with the OS, the switch is really a switch, doing its job of toggling on/off these two components. No need for Wireless utilities like I do with the MSI Wind's RealTek WiFi module.
In short, I couldn't wish for more. But it seems this relationship is destined to be short-lived. I do not think I'll get a new HP Mini 1000. No. Not when I'm eyeing the HP Mini 311.
I just hope it's as compatible and will live to my darling Mini 1000's traits that I dearly love and adore.