OK, here is an experiment: try to get to the Paint application from desktop mode in less than 3 clicks. Under Metro, look at the labels for where drive formatting are located, etc. It's a mess that turns basic UI rules from the last 30-years on their head. Metro is, basically, Zune on your phone, tablet and desktop computer. Or, try this: Hand a four-year old an iPad and a Surface. See which one is playing Angry Birds before the other. iOS is, IMO, 100X more intuitive and consistent as a UI. I'm telling you - Windows 8 will not be widely accepted in the enterprise. Windows 7 will be just like XP with a 5-10 year extended shelf-life.