@FSL: I don't think it's a good idea to tie your app to a specific report viewer/engine. In my experience, doing that always ends in tears. It's not just about decoupling, it just seems to add overhead and unnecessary lock-in.
There are a lot of ways (many of them better) to display report-like data without creating a "classic" report. Even if you need reports, using SSRS or another external product is much simpler. You can stream back a PDF, or use a WebView to embed the external report.
@Darran: Fortunately they aren't trying to force UWP on anyone. All of your desktop development tools continue to run, and will continue to work for quite some time. There's nothing to panic or rant about here.
I would say that while OneNote is great, it still sometimes has glitches when you are resting your palm on the screen while writing. The rest of the Office apps aren't quite as ink friendly as I'd like to see. Hopefully this will get better.
@Shawn Wildermuth: Another great source of Metro icons is The Noun Project (svg compatible browser required). That they match up with the Metro look isn't intentional, however their style seems to come from the same basic reasoning.