Since I'm also using AmiKit for Windows, here is what it could look like on Win7:
The window borders have been skinned to look like Amiga/AmiKit
Replaced default icons with Amiga icon set
MPlayer-like movie/music player
Amiga-like borderless image viewer program on the desktop
Firefox browser opened from inside AmiKit8 (RabbitHole) is skinned to look like Amiga/AmiKit
Working "Full-Window" AmiKit8 (resized to 800x600 in the screenshot, but works perfect in Full-Window to use entire screen)
Music .mp3 and live netradio stream player with Classic AmigaOS look
"Ninja" Amiga demo running in AmigaForever2016 player window.
Also these programs work just as well as in AmiPup and are skinned to look like Amiga/AmiKit:
WinUAE (Printing from inside AmiKit 8 using microgolded texteditor in AmiKit8 with a Color Laser printer emulating a 48-pin Amiga dotmatrix printer)
Amiga demos and Amiga games and Amiga programs
And there is almost no problem with the mouse cursor being hijaked, when using RabbitHOle programs and returning to AmiKit8 desktop
when using "AmiKit8 for Windows" and Windows7, so all in all a REALLY good Amiga experience, and just as fast as fast AmiPup8!
Screenshot (1680x1050): https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/4zVaFMUv5.png
Looking forward to AmiKit X on this Window 7 setup