I'm getting concerned with Microsoft's Windows Division's take on metro design. A recent screenshot of the Desktop of Windows Explorer is showing a more flatter UI. This is great and all, but it's not metro design. It doesn't look modern whatsoever. The Ribbon UI pairs with the Aero design just like Office 2007 did, with a little top window border versus how Office 2010 has the Ribbon UI pair with it; in a larger window border that melds together nicely.
I know the Windows Phone Division know how to design a metro UI, but I don't think the Windows Division is taking any hints. They seem to think if it's flat, it's modern. It's not.
This needs to be fixed.