> In this case they are late to the part, the early one is google with surface finger and the design that will probably win out on quality is Wayland so that doesnt leave much room for Mir.
Not late. Currently there's nothing but Xorg in Linux. Yes, there're Wayland builds in some distributions, there's even RebeccaBlackOS livecd with Wayland on it. But most people have never seen it, they don't know how Wayland works or even looks. Even those who've seen it usually say that it's in early development stage, and lacks many features.
So actually there's Xorg and tales about legendary Wayland. :) Now we've just got one more tale about legendary Mir.