It takes a lot of time on Google for me to ask in a forum, I can't believe I'm the only single being this finnicky with his UEFI...
The point is: I already have a 2011 gaming PC, with ArchLinux as primary OS (for normal use) and Windows 8 (AKA gaming console mode). They are both working in UEFI/GPT mode, living along as good friends, sharing the same EFI system partition.
I'm bored with this, and I'd like to include OSX in the roster. Point is, I like to keep legacy stuff away. and I consider myself an early adopter. Ergo, I consider BIOS bootloaders legacy stuff. Reading about OSx86 I can only find Chameleon/Chimera (which I understand are basically the same software), Clover and the Darwin bootloader, which is the "actual" Mac loader. AND here lays the problem: as far as i know, Chameleon, Chimera and Clover all only emulate the MAC efi on a BIOS... I actually read someone suggest someone with a similar build to simply reinstall his windows in BIOS/MBR and screw the previous installation... what a brute. As if they couldn't be converted ;). Back to the question, what I want is, before wasting valuable money on an OSX license and bandwith on a DMG (I have no optical drives), to gather all the information about Chameleon/Chimera, Clover and the OSX boot process, including the actual secuence followed by either software, the files each write to the EFISYS partition, and the reason I haven't seen any reference to a .efi file or any kind of native EFI application. (Bold font added because I think I deviated too much :'D)
This last point is because, once UEFI started being used on PC's too, the simplest and most elegant method to solve the MAc EFI/PC UEFI differences would be to use a native UEFI application that would emulate (or pass the due variables, or whatever, this is why I'm asking) the Mac EFI to make the system even more vanilla.
My intention is to get rEFInd, which is a boot MANAGER, (not LOADER) to pass control as directly as possible to the Linux Kernel (which by itself is an actual EFI application), the Darwin bootloader (or a minimal build or setting for Chameleon/Chimera) or Windows (which must unfortunately be only loaded by the damned bootmgfw, the EFI version of Bootmgr)