So, from a purely selfish perspective, I would not care if it would work on a Mac..
I would never use such a thing. I am a techie and like things I can take apart, rebuild, enlarge, reconfigure, add memory to, ..., ... (No I don't want to start a Mac versus PC discussion. )
Opening as independent app instances on separate monitors, or individual movable windows/tabs (ala Photoshop, Painter, and others) would work too..
When I on occasion run separate floating panels off on different monitors in apps that allow it, it usually gets somewhat confusing, anyway. Mostly because most apps that claim to allow it really are not fully in control of it.
The only app that seem to do it really well is Photoshop, where sometimes I throw things like the Navigator or brush panels off on a different monitor for easy access or larger view. Leaving the image workspace larger and higher magnification.
But usually I move them back into their normal positions, when I suddenly start hunting for "where the heck did that go NOW".. There is a benefit to things staying where you are used to finding them (relative to the image).
My main concern is being able to open multiple projects at a time without Studio yelling at me about "Only one instance at a time", and to be able to compare them "online"..