That is actually very interesting and is a great place to look up sections of the DSDT that are confusing.
What would still be super-useful to me at this stage is a "concept and strategy" document or wiki that helps pin down what are the key parts of editing an extracted DSDT for Hackintoshing. There are certainly code snippets out there that provide glimpses of understanding and solve particular problems. Occasionally someone will say something in a post that reveals a much deeper level of knowledge and allows them to approach this systematically. A lot of the rest of us are throwing code against the wall and seeing what sticks... not very satisfying.
Ie. not already having a deep knowledge of low-level architecture, I'm looking for a way to get more educated in this area.
At a practical level, it's hard to contribute beyond testing to the OSX86 realm without this knowledge. And it seems that, since that even a "simple" BIOS change can result in a very different-looking decompiled .AML, it's easy to get lost fast without a strategy.
Very grateful for all the info on this site, just looking to "level up" a bit... Any pointers appreciated.