MacOS X wireless drivers can be found here: MacOS
MacOSX is AppleComputers newest offering. It sports a pdf rendered GUI (Aqua) over top of a mach kernel with its roots in FreeBSD and NeXT. Most of your favorite command line apps (http://fink.sourceforge.net or http://www.gnu-darwin.org) either compile or have been ported over already. You can even run X Windows (http://xdarwin.org) either in full screen mode or side by side with Aqua.
For those of you who have old "classic" Mac apps, apple has built in a virtual Macintosh emulator which boots OS9 inside of OSX so you can run those apps side by side. Most major apps have been rewritten to run natively on OSX now, including MS Office, Photoshop, and many others also.
is a great Apple Ad for MacOSX.