I know some of you have been building hackintosh rigs for one reason or another. A bloger and hackintosh builder "tonymacx86" says that the Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H board is the most compatible board he has tested thus far.
Usually, when you build a hackintosh, you have to worry about everything from the audio drivers to the wake/ sleep functionality. I've had so many headaches with these things I don't want to even talk about it. Also, with most motherboards you have to do some BIOS modding. If you do it wrong OSX goes into kernel panic.
The Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H does not need any BIOS mods and it runs great with most native Apple drivers. The audio works out of the box, the Atheros ethernet controller works fine, the sleep/ wake functionality is good to go, and the integrated graphics (on a Core i5 2500K he used to test) all worked!
If anyone is doing a build let me know. I'd like to hear if you run into any trouble (or if not).