I want whatever you're having.
You sure about tha, Uvah??? I got a feeling it's the gall stones... and they're creating a toxic enzyme that's going to my head, thus causing me to have weird and wacky thoughts.
Wait a minute! I've always had weird and wacky thoughts.... ever since I was a suckling babe, and concocting devious ways to soil my newly changed nappy (diaper).
Anyhow... on topic:
While Win 7 RC is the final release prior to RTM, Microsoft announced there still may be some code changes on its Win 7 Blog. While we are using the RC, it is an ongoing state rather than a defined one. In other words, the RC may be tweaked in accordance to feedback from users, particularly 3rd party developers with compatability/functional issues.... the blog refers to telemetry and making the RTM as fully funtional/compatible as possible for users and MS partners alike.
So, given the RC is an ongoing state in which variables can change, it would be futile for Stardock to develop a shell integrating version of WB when the shell itself may be subject to change during the RC period. If WB did not integrate into the shell it may be a different story, but to develop WB7 for an evolving RC and have to start from scratch for the RTM would be a waste of time and far too costly for a small company.
Stardock is NOT MS Corel or Adobe, either in size or resources, so it's a matter of being patient and waiting for SD to release a copy of WB7 it believes is suitable for public use. It may very well have alpha editions on the front burner, but obviously they are not ready... and why would Stardock release an unfinished product to be inundated with complaints that it doesn't work on this or that machine, etc.
We'll get it when it's done.