Even if we can get past all the mechanical and legal issues - of which there are many of each - aren't the core problems:
1) It will be very slow. I just don't see any way this can be finessed, no matter how hard you try, given the relative power between, say, an Intel i7 (or whatever's current these days...), and what's in the Rpi.
2) You won't be able to run your existing X86 software - the way that most people who seek this sort of thing will expect.
I get that #2 is "being worked on", but it sounds like it will still be an emulation layer - sort of like running the Windows stuff in a VM (Virtual Box or VMWare or whatever). I have a feeling it may, eventually, be good (i.e., transparent) enough for us hackers, but we're not the target audience for this sort of thing anyway.
"L'enfer, c'est les autres"
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