I was somewhat disappointed there was not iMac 27" Retina 2016 in the 27th Oct announcement especially when my ageing late 2009 iMac died on me for good a week before then. Which has kinda lead me to research into the Hackintosh. With Sierra out and with the MBP having ThunderBolt 3, I'm wondering if a full spec-ed Sky Lake 4.0GHz, 4GB GPU, 64GB RAM, 5K display, and full Thunderbolt 3 support is out of reach of a Hackintosh build? I've searched and gone through the tonymacx86 site and know that the Gigabyte GA-Z170X-UD5 TH (claimed to be the 1st Thunderbolt 3 ATX board?) is supported but I keep seeing references of using it in conjunction with the StarTech Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt adapter which makes me wonder if there's full Thunderbolt 3 support or if it's a "crippled" support. I'm actually in need of a computer "now" but prefer not to make do with the late 2015 iMac 27" Retina only to have it updated in 2017, as such considering a Hackintosh. I only have iOS devices @ home now until I have some kind of PC.