More like: People want ownership of their device without Microsoft's manipulative tactics. Using the term "Non limited account" as opposed to "Microsoft account" highlights a specific marketing angle, meaning Microsoft know that people are going to be opposed to linking their device to a "Microsoft account".Yeah, I know, but a few people have bees in their bonnets about it.
Sure, under Windows 11 Pro you can work around the underhanded measures as part of the OOBE by forcing the OS into believing you're joining a domain, but the reality is most are going to believe the only way to configure their new device is via a Microsoft account - However, with so many different variants of Windows, I wonder how long it's going to be before Microsoft cut the fat from their lineup and make Windows 11 Home their consumer oriented OS and shift Windows 11 Pro up into the realm of Windows 11 Pro for workstations. As the reality is: The vast bulk of consumers don't need an OS capable of joining a domain, and as it is Windows 10 Pro had features removed that were present upon release of the OS (ReFS anyone?).
So making blanket statements that Microsoft will change nothing under Windows 11 Pro based on nothing but hearsay doesn't hold up to historical scrutiny.