I was hoping that W10 on the phone would leapfrog the touch experience of W10 on larger computing devices and show us they were headed in the right direction. Sadly Microsoft appears to be just as myopic as they were with W8 -- just in reverse. It looks like Bondsw was right; they've co-opted the touch experience with desktop elements and ruined it. Why oh why can't they get through their thick skulls that touch and mouse + keyboard have different needs for input. They can mash it up as much as they want and they'll continue to end up with a mediocre experience for both.
So much for W10 being the pendulum swinging to "just right".