Yes. The problem with the Surface Book is they use a proprietary Surface Connector plug, you also cannot buy the keyboard base separately, and it has just GTX 960 graphics. Imagine if Eve made a Surface Book but with:
-Up to a GTX 1080 in the keyboard base
-Its keyboard dock connector is standard Thunderbolt 3 (so you can use it with other devices as well)
-Its tablet portion has a quad-core processor (Surface Book is just dual-core)
-Both the keyboard and tablet are cross-compatible (via the standardized Thunderbolt 3 docking connector) with newer and older versions of the product
For example, you could upgrade either the tablet portion or the keyboard dock (cross-compatible between newer versions of the product thanks to the standard Thunderbolt 3 connector) whenever you want. You aren't forced to upgrade your entire laptop all at once. Also, for people who want the functionality, the tablet portion up top can separate and has N-trig pen support.
Maybe this is too lofty of a goal, too much for Eve to handle, or something most people wouldn't like. I think being able to just upgrade my graphics on my laptop would be a very good reason for me to buy this. This is just me personally, but I normally don't spend more than $1000 on a laptop or tablet but I would in this case.