I wanted to share my experience with setting up Trellis on Windows: as a matter of fact, 99% of the software components ARE natively supported by Windows (no WSL required). The only one that is not is nvm (for node versions management). Any chance its usage can be avoided? It seems to me that it is not significantly important to support multiple versions of node, and that it is instead a workaround to simplify setup and avoid clashing with pre-existent environment installation. Any thoughts on that by the Roots guys?
The problem we - Windows users - experience is that the interaction between WSL and the native filesystem is quite unconfortable (let alone performances might reduce significantly).