As I have emailed Micheal P. about before, I have a couple of quad cpu boards lying around that I will set up for use in testing out Haiku when the kernel is further along. One is only a quad P Pro, but the other takes quad P III Xeons. It might be a good idea to start thinking of what sort of tests might be good to run on the hardware ahead of time and I'll try to set things up so that they are ready when needed.
I hope this helps to avoid the sort of problems that are showing up with Zeta 1.0 not working with SMP enabled. It's sort of a shame when you take something that works so good in BeOS (SMP), break it, and then try and sell it.