I’ll take the survey methodology “high ground” and say that given we will only get a relatively small n, I’d rather make someone like you choose a use case as primary, than get a weird read. But this is not real science
Hmm, during the day, I sit behind my desktop and use & like the UI on my Windows PC. At 16:00 I move to the living roon and use & like the UI on either my Android smartphone or my Windows tablet. So I use all modes quite happily.
If I’m editing, though, the Windows 10 UI is the only way to go.
Oh, I completely believe you’re not alone. If I had the ability to ask a series of six questions and get raw (if anonymous) data for each respondent and could run cross tabs, I could verify a lot and people wouldn’t have the false choices. In this survey I’m forcing two questions into one, and that sucks, but it’sa natural limitation of otherwise very good forum software. Presumably team Roon will do that exercise. I wouldn’t presume to tell them how to do their jobs, but I want to satisfy my curiosity and if I’m right or wrong, get the data out there.
I was considering adding another option to vote for your preferred type but felt I had already taken enough space. Correlation between what though? Someone didn’t vote for mobile, indicating they don’t use one. In the end you will know the most popular format desktop/tablet/mobile and if the new design is appreciated.
Maybe roon should put out a user survey instead of your crackpot approach.