None taken, but you didn’t really respond to anything.
Have you solved your issue?
Documentation for MonoGame is obviously an issue, namely it supports so many platforms, you do the maths there.
Now, before criticising the amazing team MonoGame thankfully has, perhaps it may help you to realise it is a wholly volunteer project, nobody is getting paid - Think one guy is? not sure - and that is why the forum is here to help you along.
On another note, it’s basically XNA, to which there are plenty of books and - now dwindling - resources but nothing a waybackmachine visit cannot usually fix.
Not sure you understand what being a programmer is, but we are not just artists, we are primarily problem solvers, client needs X we provide X by way of connecting dots - literally sometimes - and as such, something is formed out of the tea/coffee and pizzas we consume.
My problem was - you guessed it - lack of documentation, my solution? I found some books to get me started and the missing bits I worked out myself, see my current thread for proof of that.
So, I do have plans and am already providing what I can to help the situation, documentation takes time, and much more than you may imagine. Two of my available guides took around 6 hours each to complete, start to finish, covering as much of the process as I could to ensure nothing was missed out. Comprehensive guides are time consuming, which is why you pay so much for a book and frankly the cost of any book at typical prices is a steal of knowledge.
This isn’t for you, it’s for anyone else thinking in such a way, to judge before comprehending.
So, did you get your setup working?