Moderately tech-savy, I've jumped at every new thing as quickly as I could find a beta. Installing and running Win 95 for the first time was a high I still remember. I went back and forth to Linux (numerous distros) a dozen times during the XP (and Vista) eras, but have frankly never seen the need since Windows 7 came out. My wife and I have a couple of desktops and laptops on our home network, no touch screens nor Windows-eligible tablets. We use them for internet browsing, mild photo and home video editing, and the simplest of games, nothing fancy.
Question: I'd jump at the chance to install Windows 8 if I could see any reason at all to do so. Does Windows 8 have ANYTHING to offer that we do not now have with Windows 7?