I can't find any Metro UI example of medium-size table (to give you an idea, min. 5 columns with text and numbers and min. 5 rows).
For instance, when table is wide, it's useful to use alternate row colors (precisely, darker background for even rows). But would it be fine in terms of Metro UI? Or would it be considered as unnecessary 'chrome' and better option would be larger spacing between rows?
And what about thin lines between columns and rows? I see them in calendar app in Windows Phone but calendar is not a table. In other words, I am looking for good examples of Metro (Windows 8) design for regular table of read-only data. Seems basic thing, but I can't find it! Is Metro against table by definition? Sometimes gird / tiles is not the best option and table seems more natural. It's like with HTML tag - it's still okay to use it when the data you present is a table. I understand the same is correct in Metro world.