No one is developing anything. I just know some small business who also run SBS and have small in-house utilities (win32+.net) as well. Since the store is inpractical for that, and the key for the prison cell comes with Enterprise only, that means they will stay with .net and win32 forever.
Now, I don't care about that in the slightest, but cases like these (which may sound fringe, but you have to extrapolate the vast numbers of WIndows installations) make me wonder what the hell is MS doing with Win8. It's like they want to annoy as much people as possible, fully on purpose. Not only is Metro annoying, but even if you want to use it, they make it harder to do it.
Or, do you think it's a good idea to just give away Enterprise features to Home editions aswell?
Why isn't Enterprise available for retail by the way? (it was with ultimate, but that is canned with Win8).
Stuff like Windows To Go, or Applocker etc. can be also useful for non-bigo corporate users. I see no reason why this has to be restricted to a SKU that you can't even buy without a contract hollapoo