First, XLinq is a statement of a vision, not a concrete product plan. The idea
is to get feedback from outside the rather small group that has worked on it so
far. For example, it would be interesting to hear from XQuery fans on what
XQuery does that LINQ doesn't, other than run on multiple platforms of course.
Ultimately, decisions such as this are BUSINESS decisions; no matter how
geeked up we might be about LINQ/XLinq, if the market wants XQuery they're gonna