It's all possible
Honestly, I think boot camp is more for the professional / business world than for "pc gamers to game on macs" or "home users to use their pc software". Can home users do that??? Of course... but I think this is a strategy to CONVERT BUSINESSES TO APPLE. Think about the type of users that are least likely to convert... BUSINESSES. It's a fact. Some businesses are still using dos machines, or old unix machines to carry out tasks. Some still run windows 98 or windows 3.1. Needless to say I think there will be a lot of businesses upgrading in the near future because their hardware is getting so out of date and non supported.
If apple can grab some of these businesses, it would definitely help them in the long run. Losing the businesses in the world is why they lost so much market share.
And think about it. These cheap businesses that are running windows 95 and an old version of office, aren't going to want to buy a bunch of software. So what do they do? Dual boot into it when they NEED it. Sounds like a much better reason to release bootcamp than for home users.
That depends on how, and even if, it's supported. Apple won't support Windows, and so far, MS isn't sure if they will.
While the consumer might not care too much, business will. I've been reading a lot about that very issue the past few days. Business will want someone to step up, and take responsibility. It could be that the bigger, commercial VARs will do that. But, it remains to be seen.
Ironically, MS has supported their OS when running through SoftWindows, and VPC (from the beginning, before they bought it). Those programs were licesensed as actual computers. The sticker required on all machines running Windows was even in the box. For that reason, I think they will support it, but until they give the ok, it's still up in the air.
I do know some bussiness people who are interested, but they have already had Mac's in their organizations.
But, it's the gamers who have been making the most noise. Go to most non-Mac enthusiasts sites, and you will see what I mean.