Is that what your saying. That is the same thing they said about ME and Vista. We saw how well that worked out. Keep trying, you might come across a way to make people think this is the path to follow.
The best thing to do is sit back and watch the show that is coming. Customer support lines are going to melt down and lots of over time is going to be used trying to explain how the touch screen is the dominate input device and the OS has been written around that. OH, you do not have one. Tough we do not care. That is going to be the prevailing attitude with the release of Win 8 Metro.
While Vista sold millions of copies because that was the only thing install, it also saw a record number of people who opted for the free upgrade to XP. Will we see a repeat with people wanting to use Win 7 when they reject Win 8.
You should watch the video in the link below. It shows how most of the regular user of Win 8 are going to react when they first try the new OS that has been written around having the touch screen as the dominate input device.