Exploitability index labels
"The exploitability index will contain labels assigned to each vulnerability, including "consistent exploit code likely," "inconsistent exploit code likely" and "functioning exploit code unlikely," which would translate into higher, medium and lower priority."
MS is making a good step forward (hopefully and potentially) in helping the security community, BUT will Average Joe User understand correctly those index labels? Because, the way that article read, those labels are being directed at the average home user to judge their computer's current security/vulnerability. Don't throw technical jargon at the average user, it tends to only confuse and further aggravate.