I usually find the Resolve betas just live to crash on my system and it's only the release version that is stable. Luckily 15 as least keeps to the latter part and seems a nice improvement.
It is however VERY ANNOYING that if you have installed 15 Studio on, say, your notebook and don't have the dongle with you it won't default to the functionality of the free version but just doesn't work.
Also you can't have both free and studio installed on the same computer.
I use WeTransfer too and am very happy with it. I'll be interested to see what sort of speed differences you get.
At the end of the day it's just a case of how much of your bandwidth you can use, as you aren't magically getting more from somewhere by using some new service, which is partly how close the storage is (vs. appears to be) and partly if they limit you at all (perhaps simply as they are busy).
I'm assuming it's maybe a lenticular display (like Fuji used on their 3D cameras and photo viewers) rather than an actual holographic display (with lasers and interference patterns) and they, like Microsoft, are just misusing a cool-sounding name?
"A hologram is a photographic recording of a light field, rather than of an image formed by a lens, and it is used to display a fully three-dimensional image of the holographed subject."
Unless it's only going up briefly space stuff needs to be radiation-hardened. No mention of that suggests it'll perhaps be just visiting vs. staying.
They're DAS not NAS, they connect Directly to a single computer, not by Network to many. Gives higher performance (due to connection speed) but lower flexibility.
It does seem a little brave to leave off UHD delivery when Resolve free already does that... H.265 is also not an ideal omission. I do understand it's free, and they want to sell a non-free version, but for a newbie without experience of these tools choosing between that and Resolve may well go on a couple of headline features rather than a deep dive. (BTW for anyone tempted to try Resolve after I wrote that, get 12.5.6 not 14 beta 3 as it'll just bite holes in your computer and really isn't that stable.)