Creating a hackintosh has become incredible simple, and we've kept you up-to-date on the latest process. But as things get easier, you can lose sight of how everything works under the hood. Knowing the special files that make your hackintosh run and understanding what they do can be very useful when you need to troubleshoot.
This video, from tonymacx86 forums moderator StingRay, explains everything from DSDTs to kexts to plist files in under 14 minutes. If you want to get to know your hackintosh a little better, or simply approach the hackintoshing process with a bit more knowledge, this is a great way to introduce yourself to the basics of how the software side of the process works.
Hackintosh Under the Hood: Post-Installation System Overview [tonymacx86 Blog]