The graphical install went smoothly, as I expected; nothing in standard Windows installs scare Wine, usually. [1..6]
Window Spy didn't work very well at all , so I'm having doubts about some of the window detection functions. We'll see later. It still reads the resolution and colors well, since they're probably basic API's that Wine has already implemented.
This is the result of the first AHK script ever run on a Linux machine (let's make a holiday :lol:). It shows a neat little message box . For anyone who can't automatically convert a Gui to AHK code in their head:
msgbox,Hello, world! return
It also ran perfectly as a compiled executable; the result was identical . The compiler didn't give Wine any trouble at all, and it actually gave me more output then I've ever seen in Windows! 
This is only the tip of the iceberg. I'll have a lot more to come later on. Specifically I'll be testing file manipulation and Gui's, both of which I am hopeful for. But the big one I'm still hesitant about.... hotkeys! :shock:
*Don't let the screenshot mislead you; Smith is not my surname. It's the hostname of my computer (named after the Matrix character).