Indeed. The biggest single complaint is Metro with most people. Remove this using a Start Button replacement, and most of the problems go away. There are still some compatibility issues with some hardware, and it's a shame Media Center has been crippled, but you can't have it all.
I personally think Metro will be radically overhauled in Windows 9 (or Project Blue). It's a v1 attempt that is just not fit for purpose, and this time, just too great a change for people to adapt to on the desktop. Windows 8 will be a dead duck with enterprises as well.
If you look around, you can even bring desktop gadgets back to 8 if you want. I still wish they'd left Aero in though, at least as an option. I still, by far, prefer the look/feel of the Windows 7 desktop.