That's probably the most optimistic outlook I've seen of Intel's roadmap to date. You are aware of all the delays and so forth, no? Coffeelake shouldn't even exist. Desktop users are supposed to be on Cannonlake right now. Hell even Kabylake wasn't supposed to exist! Everything is in doubt now. It is up to Intel to show us that they can execute on some node other than 14nm.
What is happening now was evident 4 years ago even from the outside. When some of us spoke about it we took tons of flak for years now we aparently have to lisnt to years of complaining.
If we get back to actual product on the market it looks to me all product in Intels portfolio have nice proces performance. Fmax for cfl is super skl serverline is fine. Dense and performant stuff.
The challenge is the basic business model for sharing proces cost and to a certain degree to wide fp core vs a leaner ryzen product. But that is unrelated.