After using a bluetooth dongle for bluetooth and a dongle for WIFI I with glitchy results I decided a new approach was needed.
A quick search brought up this:
[New Version] ABWB 802.11AC WI-FI With Bluetooth 4.0 PCI-Express (PCI-E) BCM943602CS Combo Card For Hackintosh (MAC OS X) Airport Computers, Supports Hands-off
It works, right out of the box for running Yosemite – it needs a spare USB header to connect to for the Bluetooth to work but it’s rock solid and my Bluetooth keyboard and Trackpad work straight from boot up.
With USB Bluetooth I would have instances of the Trackpad not working properly resulting in me having to unplug the dongle and restart – on occasion this would interfere with my Native Instruments Maschine or Keyboard.
So far no problems and seems to boot cleaner and faster.
It’s a more expensive option but with far less problems.