Actually it's pretty straight forward posting with the BMCC. The only hard part is the data management - if you shoot raw you need a fairly fast machine with a raid setup and lots of diskspace. Copying data takes time. But besides that, imagine processing raw photos, just in motion
My entire workflow of sorting, editing, grading and finishing is in Davinci Resolve. Since v10 it has fairly good editing capabilities.
Davinci's raw DNG module is very similar to Adobe's camera raw. You set you color temperatur, tint, exposure, contrast etc, and you have your footage whitebalanced and with an initial grade.
So for me the biggest learning curve was getting used to Davinci Resolve. After that, it's not much difference to normal footage with the additional benefit of you're working with raw.