Now, with all that being said...I completely bypass the "Metro/Windows 8" interface with Stardock's Start8. I don't even know that it is there, but the fact that it is and I had to workaround it is a bit disconcerting. Still, Start8 is a simple, clean and easy way to ignore it so, therefore, I love it. I love Windows 8 with Start8.
Well, what I really think is that Windows 8's Metro design mostly profits people with touchscreens and dual monitors (or more). The thing with the metro design is to learn how to use the simple shortcuts. like WINDOWS + C and etc etc.
Here's a simple list of all windows 8 shortcuts http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/wind ... -shortcuts
People who uses the new Metro UI just has to learn new ways to use a computer, stuff wont stay the same and I believe its good. They also need to get more familiar with their keyboards - The mouse isn't everything. I think that Windows 8 gave us way more possibilities than Windows 7 did.