But seems that the most of UEFI BIOS owners don't know the differences
between standard BIOS boot an UEFI boot yet...
So, as dmazar told, until someone
make a really good guide, maybe this is the best choice, then later after those users
start to understand how to use Clover, they can install manually those files...
Will the standard installer still be released with future builds or just the ISO "EFI" folder?
The installer has the unpack option? I really don't think Clover is very difficult it install. Just need to read the thread, allot of new information has been released since the original first few pages. The only thing a "new" good guide will do is consolidate the information for people who are to lazy to read the entire thread. Which will help a lot of people.
And have having it all typed up in an "official" Clover Installation and User Guide will give some confidence to new users. Because now they start the installation with one members instructions, complete the installation with another members information, and configure with yet another members information. Who's right and who wrong? Then most likely they fix little aspects of their hackintosh with even another clover users help to fine tune and attempt to get a 100% working system.
A new guide is not needed, but will help a lot more people with the information just being better organized.
If someone really wants to go overboard a YouTube video series can me made too.
That's just my two cents.