In the end, only System Restore and the Help and Support Centers made it to the final. It's a good thing too because they had an inductive UI for Windows Media Player too, and that was awful.
It's funny that the parts they kept were the parts most activity targeted for malware. And, Windows Media Player, in every release of Windows, seems out of place. But then again, Windows isn't known for its visual consistency. The inclusion of Java into the BluRay spec guaranteed that WMP wouldn't ever support it. Most media players look crapy, but that's fine if they work. I haven't tried it, but, does the WMP in Windows7 play DVDs out of the box?