Mac OS X Running on Non-Apple Hardware
You'd have to be a masochist to run Final Cut Pro on Rosetta.
It won't run on Rosetta, as FCP requires a G4, I do believe. For that matter, parts of Apple's pro video line require a G5. So, unfortunately for Mac users like me, it will prove necessary to buy a new version of Final Cut Studio when the P4 PowerMacs come out - which adds like $1200 onto the upgrade price.
Why yes, I am still bitter that my old software isn't going to work. If Apple doesn't make this switch worth while, it's back to Linux for me!