I'd still prefer a greater focus on the Metro side. It needs to be made more robust, not turned into the desktop. It's not the 1990s anymore.
But what if I run a desktop?
I mean this link below would be silly wouldn't it?
Why make a macbook like an ipod in the above example?
If you and others want to keep a phone UI but can give excellent ideas how to:
1. app stack
2. Not have apps run full UI so I can get files and other apps without something closed or out of view
3. Have aero snap so I can edit and view 2 documents or more at the same time
4. Have more than 1 Modern app at a time?
As a producer of content whether a secretary writting an email or someone rendering 3d scenes the need to multitask with several apps is a must. No one gives a hoot about this ability on a tiny phone. I know you want to see MS succeed with mobile but desktops and workstations are not going away any time soon. True Grandma prefers a tablet for Facebook and Angry birds. But someone who needs to get stuff done we need these and Windows traditionally beat this and one over DOS because you could have more than 1 window opened with different information.