Testing the Thunderbolt capabilities is a different thing than specifically testing a thunderbolt audio interface, which is a very similar experience to using a USB audio interface.
All you ever do is demand - first it was information, and now it is that I buy a 400€ audio interface which would be just for you. Of course I want to include as many testing ideas from the community as possible, but just with things that are in reach for me.
Eve is not an audio company - they provide a product with a spec-compliant port and it is the job of the audio interface company to make Windows 10 drivers available.
Seriously, your rhetoric is nerve-wrecking and quite annoying to say the least.
I don't think he even has a spot.