I compiled bin2iso from source for all the mac users out there. For some reason bin2iso is not in macports. Link below:
Unzip into a directory and chmod +x bin2iso
Recommend moving to /usr/local/bin
*** Update 11/22/10 ***
I get a ton of Google hits for this post. If you have macports or fink installed you can now use the bchunk program. The syntax to convert a bin to iso is as follows:
bchunk IMAGE.bin IMAGE.cue IMAGE.iso
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