Re: I also hope we'll hear...
You are clearly very confused.
SecureBoot is a reasonably good idea. I have no issue with SecureBoot and I'll leave it to others to get all hot-and-bothered about the specific details of the implementation.
MS mandating that ARM *MUST* ship with an MS key and that SecureBoot can *NEVER* be disabled, making it MS-only should get the regulators rolling. This anti-competitive nature is evidenced by the hacks the Linux Foundation has had to conjure in order to try and get past MS's barriers (whether or not the hack even works on ARM remains to be seen).
No doubt MS will sue the Linux Foundation in due course by breaching copyright/patent/DRM/whatever. Or maybe they'll just refuse to sign the key. MS are overall gatekeepers of the key, so they could lock anyone out on a whim. Another reason for the regulators to stamp hard on MS.
Add to that that all the various drivers (e.g. graphics) only working if an MS key is present just adds weight to the need for the regulators to block the sales on Win8 until MS stops abusing its position. Again.