I'm likely the only person who's interested in this, but I'd love to see how Ryzen performs when trying to run virtualization, like KVM, Xen, VMware, etc... IF Ryzen ends up being a good CPU (the 8c/16t setup is important for the workloads I do), and doesn't flip out when trying to run Workstation Pro, or KVM/Qemu in Linux, I can see myself splurging a little for a 1TB Samsung 960 Pro, and dual-booting between Win10 and Linux.
I'm also hoping that Naples ends up being both performance and price competitive with Intel's Xeon lineup. I've been looking at a lot of servers (dual and quad socket servers, mainly), since I really need a lot of threads, but dropping at least $4K per-CPU isn't really something I'm looking forward to... If the Linux ecosystem were more mature for OpenPower (and the prices not crazy), even a single socket Power8 (8c/64t) would be perfect.