Resolver feedback device will get an official support in the next Argon firmware release. Connecting a resolver to the drive requires few passive components between the feedback device port and actual resolver. These are easily fitted inside the D-sub connector hood and pre-made PCB’s for that will be available for low cost.
The main concern using analog feedback device (in which category resolver belongs) is the sensitivity to electromagnetic interference. The following images illustrate the importance of proper cable shielding when using resolver. The upper image without cable shielding/screening shows significant amount of position sensor noise which would cause motor hissing and hunting while standing still. The lower image shows nearly ideal stability. In both cases motor is standing still in torque mode, so all we see here is not real movement but just the sensor noise.
Random fact of the day: I typically use the most horrible imaginable wiring when developing & testing drives. This serves two purposes: saves time and reveals potential problems early. If it works reliably with bad wiring, then it damn sure will work with a proper wiring.