Greetings. This article focuses on proceeding through the loops and hurdles on how to build a Hackintosh (and I appreciate this guideline) to avoid the high price of exorbitantly overpriced and outdated MacPro equivalent. To avoid all the hassles associated with the Hackintosh route, and this is a long shot maybe, what do you think about a relatively inexpensive system spec'd as follows:
SSD 512GB internal.
External 3TB x2 striped (RAID0) over USB3 ports. (TB ports as alternative)
External 27" monitor 2560 x 1440 (not Apple's Cinema display).
I guess the weak link here perhaps is the Intel Integrated 4000 graphics. Alternative to this, I am thinking the new 27" iMac 27" with Core i7 and max'ing the RAM to 32GB.
Fine if you are not editing raw natively in Resolve. You need NVidia CUDA for that and none of the Mac Minis have a powerful enough graphics processor for raw editing.