Re: Reminds me of
> Basically, if a tool run in a Linux terminal, that same binary will probably run on WSL
Except that they don't have (and didn't have any plans to when I last checked) any support for i386 (32bit) binaries. So some workloads just aren't possible (for example I can't do a build of the Android system I build on my Linux machine since the build system has some 32bit dependencies).
The best use I can find for it is to use it as an ssh client to a real linux box - I find ssh from within bash preferable to puTTY.