The golden saying "If it ain't broke, don't fix it"
They should've just stuck with Metro exclusively for tablets. I honestly see no purpose or advantage it offers over desktop programs whatsoever. Multitasking takes a back seat on Metro, which in my opinion is a step backward rather than forward.
Its not really about like or dislike. Same is the case with resist to change. If the change is positive, there's no point in resisting it, but if the change you see is actually negative, then by all means resist it and voice your concern. I'll voice my protest by sticking with Windows 7, period. Not that I bought one anyways