No you and several people want UI changes. Financial numbers speak loudly and you are wrong if you think you are in the majority. You can tweak things and add major features and improvements but keep the learned experience stable. People want to become more efficient and more productive so I want to learn new things and not relearn old things.
If Microsoft wants to make a new product that is really new and not touted as a replacement I am all for that. This can be for guys like you who like new toys and don't make money using an OS like the majority of us. There are a lot of new applications to write to solve problems and that is where I want to spend my time. I don't want to teach my customers how to use an OS again for funs sake.