I assumed (and I hope) G-Power was only thinking out loud, contemplating if he could create something himself.
(without any need of bothering Steven)
Yes, I'm thinking out loud, here. Making suggestions and proposing ideas without really calculating the costs and consequences. But even if I weren't just thinking aloud, I wouldn't see any harm done in making suggestions and proposing ideas. The developer has no obligations to read or care about what I think. I'm simply putting out my ideas with no intention to bother anyone rather than just trying to find solutions to bring native support to MB for Linux, simply. That's why I'm using the MB forum without addressing anyone in particular, rather than only those who are interested in the issue or have their word to say against it, which is absolutely fine as well.
Of course, working with closed-source binaries is definitely a challenge, but I think it's the best option, since I don't believe Steven is interested in getting into something he's not familiar with, and I absolutely understand his position. I myself actually have a similar attitude/opinion regarding Mac... I'm not interested in it and probably will never be, because it just doesn't bring me anything I need and don't have with Linux and Windows, so I don't see it being worth learning.
I am currently doing research regarding .NET frameworks for Linux and how to run a .NET-based application over a framework without rebuilding it, given that I don't have the source. If ever I find any solutions or have any further ideas, I will be placing those in a new thread regarding this specific issue (as hiccup so kindly suggested). Thank you all for your input.