Overall your review is very good. The information you provide about common VCL / Delphi / PHP misconceptions are timely, concise and poignant.
However, it's unfair to test Delphi for PHP using an operating system that is not supported by the manufacturer. To quote CodeGear's website:
"Delphi for PHP 2.0 has the following system requirements:
• 512 MB RAM (1 GB for Microsoft® Windows Vista™)
• 200 MB free hard disk space
• CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive
• SVGA or higher resolution monitor (XGA recommended)
• Intel® Pentium® III/M 1.4 GHz, or Pentium IV 1.4 GHz minimum
• Delphi for PHP 2.0 will run on the following Windows versions:
o Microsoft® Windows Vista™
o Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 (SP1)
o Microsoft® XP Professional (SP2)
o Windows® 2000 Professional (SP4)
o Windows® 2000 Server (SP4) "
As an analogy, pretend I used Google's language translator to convert your review into Spanish. Then I complain (and poorly score) your review because of the bad grammar, spelling and untranslatable words in your review. To insult you more, I'll encourage you to work with Google's language translation team (which you have no control over) to improve their translator so your review is more correct in Spanish. That's exactly what you did to CodeGear by reviewing and complaining about their product in Linux/Wine.