This is my best OSX look yet. I'm finally at least somewhat satisfied that it looks very much like OSX. There are only two problems. One, the close, minimize, and maximize buttons are on the right, not the left, but I suppose its not possible to change their position with normal Compiz (I don't use Beryl). The seccond problem is that I can't seem to change the background color of Engage (the dock bar) to be translucent, or anything other than pure white or completely gone. Those problems aside, I think that I have achieved the ultimate combination of themes and borders. Now I will tell you how I did it:
Gtk2--Milke 2.3 (slightly modded the scrollbars so that they were the nice beutiful blue of OSX)
Borders--Zote osX whats so great about these is that they blend to a certian degree with almost any white ish theme, leaving me with a nice borderless feel.
Icons--OSX (found here)
panel: This part was hard. First I created the cool background. The rounded edges are not part of the background of the panel, they are in the background of the buttons which I used the same background as the panel for. Thus, they melted together perfectly and I have panel buttons bigger than simply the icon itself. I did this for the main menu and the search icon. No modding to Milke 2.3 is nessecary to fix this theme for the tray icons becuase they will be unnaffected.
Comments...critiques...compliments...scathing remarks--all welcomed and expected! Especially if you have any way to improve it further!