@esotericmoniker: Go What AI are you attempting to implament? Just a custom one you made? or a modified one from another game. If you are simply trying to get the tools to modify one from the game, I'd suggest simply using the tools Blizzard gives you... Since the Galaxy Editor has a lot of restrictions (primarily no pointers) most any other AI you implament from anywhere would simply not function, let alone all the modification it would require to work, you might as well learn, and build an AI within Galaxy.
It sounds kind of like you simply want a file that says "double click me to play my mod", I'm not sure if you can make a map file so it automatically opens SCII and runs the map with all the integration into bnet and such.
I never messed around with the WC3 AI much, but from what I've seen of the SCII editor, it has a few nice things in it such as "simulated APM" (which isn't really that well implamented) as well as the typical FSMs that permiate AIs in prety much all games currently made (and I hate it!... lol, but that's an entirely different matter).
@DJSplendid: Go Actually... if you've ever read a EULA, you'd know that you're basically "being allowed" to use their (or any company for that matter) software, and they may change or discontinue your service at any time, for any reason. Yes, you technically, physically own the magnetic plates (or polymer ?substrate? if you have an SSD), but technically, blizzard could legally forbid you from using their software just cause they wanna, and I'd be willing to bet, president asside, take action to have it forcibly removed. Not that any company would risk the fallout, nor spend the money to do so... And it goes without saying, cracking or hacking software goes against this EULA like opening most electronics voids the warranty. I run a CD crack on a lot of my older software, but regardless of how high a box you stand on, it's technically prohibited.