I'm using the HP Mini 1001TU as my main machine for portable computing. I had tried to run 10.6.3 on it but the lack of sleep functionality with my own personal brewed DSDT.aml and lack of time and drive to figure it out has made me decide to revert to 10.6.2. - wipe-out, reinstall route.
HP Mini 1000 10.6.2 Auto EFI
But the hackintoshing lessons don't stop pouring in even when I'm making do with an aging netbook and déphasé 10.6.2. For one, I noticed that CHUD kexts don't go well with VoodooHDA.
I'd get Kernel Panics at boot up. It's because those additional kexts gets included in the mkext. I haven't dared to venture with Mkext Tool created kextcache for Extra folder but I think that should work as well. What I do is make sure I've got everything exactly the way I want - 10.6.2 update - create my Extensions.mkext from /Extra/Extensions and /System/Library/ and then just install XCode/Mac OS X Developer afterwards and not rebuild my mkext anymore.
This one I learned actually from the HP Mini 311 but I'm incorporating it in my Mini 1001TU policy, The Broadcom wireless module that comes with the HP Mini 1001TU by default supports True Power Off feature. I can never speak for real Macs but I think this is related to the "softswitch" strategy that HP implements on its machines to manage PCI cards does not exist in real Macs. I've experienced my WiFi cards suddenly turned off on my Mini 311 and it can only be turned back on when booted in Windows or Linux. Taping PIN20 has been one suggestion - I've gotten mixed results with that. But one thing I do is make sure that TruePowerOff is enabled:
So far, so good.