Mangalitsa ham on foodista.com
These guys in London did their hams the fast way. If you follow this link, there's more info. Mangalitsa hams produced that way taste incredible, but take very little time to produce. There's less risk of spoilage.
Nevertheless, some people fetishize bone-in hams, unaware that unless you've got your process down, there's a lot of things that can go wrong.
Here's a recipe for quick hams from The Herbfarm's Chris Weber on foodista.com
On the topic of hams, I should mention that here you can buy bone-in Mangalitsa hams, from Johnston County Hams.