All is Strange in MS Land
I think that the excellent endeavour that is Wine illustrates the problems over in Windows land itself.
I mean, there's .NET, WPF, and a lot of encouragement from MS to come that way. And yet, MS's major app suite isn't written that way, nor is Visual Studio, and no one is quite sure how keen MS are in WPF, and then there was the whole Metro debacle. I may be a touch out of date on the topic, but it certainly wasn't clear what the hell devs were supposed to be using to be on MS's main stream.
And so here we are with MS these days officially not seeking massive profits from selling OSes, it's all about services, so they should be OS neutral. They support (ish) endeavours like Mono, but not Wine (afaik), and now we have the Linux runtime on Win10. All very confusing.
As for Wine 2.0, if it works for the few select apps that keep me on Windows then it may be the year of the Linux desktop for me. Possibly. Worth a go. Or maybe a Mac.