Been there, done that...
If the camera has a fan to cool it down then wrapping it in a towel may not be such a good idea...
Once I've decide to see a movie I avoid the trailer. Or don't run to the finish If I think 'I'll see that'.
If the trailer comes up in the theatre I close my eyes and put my fingers in my ears. Seriously.
This reminds me of Jurrasic Park, where Goldblum spends half an hour wondering what can possibly be on the island? Then on the big reveal we're all meant to share his surprise. Didn't he see any of the ads...?
"The owner of theblackandblue.com has configured their web site improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Firefox has not connected to this web site."
Only January and already this clip is the clear winner of the Complete Waste of Time Video of the Year Award.
p.s 1/8 apple box = a pancake.
Yes, you can do this, but you will be forever fixing bugs. (or not being able to and finding workarounds...)
If it's just for editing, and if you use exclusively Adobe (like I do) you're better off paying half the sum for a PC which will still outperform a Hackintosh.
I love the Mac I currently have, but I need to upgrade. But Apple do not currently offer a cost-effective route. I'm better off getting a powerful PC and doing my editing on that. The Adobe interface is exactly the same, and for a while I'll keep my current Mac for other stuff. In a few years, for the next editing upgrade and if Apple go back to taking us seriously, I may go back to Mac. But who knows? We may be editing on Android...