It seems like you're more interested in finding someone who agrees with your unique "problem". Pros almost exclusively use rollers for flat surfaces, eg walls, ceilings and achieve excellent results, without roller marks. The exception would be if it can be sprayed, eg new construction. Even then, I think many of them back-roll it because it leaves a better finish than just spraying. I can use a roller without leaving roller marks. I think others here have said the same. You need a good quality roller of the right nap, good paint, and the right technique.
I'd be looking at what most of the rest of the world is doing, rather than re-inventing the wheel with a complicated, time consuming process. If that Dunn Edwards paint dries so fast out of the can that you can't brush it on, I for sure would not be buying it again for starters. Maybe it's time to get some Benjamin Moore, a Purdy roller and watch a few youtube videos of pros.