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I got you man! Smile | :)

In fact I am not in love of C++ nor want deep control but
  1. I want C++ to be as easy as C# + Xaml stack
  2. I want to use DirectX seamlessly
and speaking of which Kenny Kerr work in upcoming SDK 17025 seems to be it. Really impressed. Upcoming C++ 17 standard helps too.
  1. I would like C++ to be as easy as C# to integrate with other .NET work, with off chance I hit a scenario offers critically more performance.
And, could you believe it, I hit that scenario today at work. In an UWP app we were accessing some low level hardware but some operation was 100x times faster in C++. Turns out it is because, I believe, any high level device operation requires reading and writing lots of small array. Having a huge cross ABI boundary cost.
Luckily writing a C++ UWP component available usable by my C# project proved easy. Although I couldn't get to reference a C# interface in the C++ component, ending making it standalone.

Finally thanks for your feedback. It was interesting and relevant.
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