Keep in mind that your EULA, as a legal contract, may have been superceded by another. Or no is longer in force. This did happen with Corel Wordperfect 3.5e, where Corel basically said "ignore the EULA with the software, it's now freeware." Ditto with a couple of other things like Sim City 2000, and the Marathon Trilogy. Or a number of shareware programs where the authors themselves posted the reg codes (like Audion and Transit).
Of course, it's always a good idea to go with the last known good EULA. I'm just wondering.
I wonder if it might be a good idea to contact Apple legal.
Finally, if you go over to Operator Headgap's web store (a pretty reputable Mac reseller), they do offer copies (as in copies they make) of 6.0.8, 7.1, 7.5, and 7.5.3 for sale. They claim them to be freeware now, but the prices they're charging for these copies seem a bit high ($30 for copies of 7.1 disks?!).
I'm tempted to break down and buy it, but I dunno. What do you all think?
Sonic II: Indigo iMac 500Mhz G3 (750), 1GB RAM, Rage 128 Pro (8MB), 120GB HD (7200 rpm), 24x CD-ROM, Mac OS 9.2.2
Maya: PB 520, 12MB RAM, 160MB HD, System 7.5.3