Hackintosh all you want but you will get zero support when the **** hits the fan. Macs support Windows via Boot Camp natively.
With Hackintosh you don't get any custom chips. No T2. No security. If you use Hackintosh for a production environment you're an idiot.
I am not expecting any support when I hackintosh my PC. And why I care about T2. I have already disabled T2 zoo can get Linux on my MacBook Air.
And there are tons of people using Hackintosh on a production environment. My Hackintosh is stable as rock. And I do lots of video editing on that machine.
And Bootcamp is going to be history when Apple switch to Apple silicon. I am going to see if Apple silicon based Mac could natively boot Linux distro, but I doubt it. My 2020 Intel MacBook Air probably will be my last Mac.