Windows Kernel Mode compatibility for wolfSSL

We`re considering adding Windows Kernel compatibility to wolfSSL. This means that our embedded SSL library would run in Kernel mode and use either TDI or WinSocK Kernel. We`re not sure at this point whether we should use TDI or WinSocK Kernel. The advantage of this project may include performance enhancement for device driver implementers that want SSL security. Frankly speaking, we`re not sure if there will be other advantages and would love feedback on the general usefulness of this idea. Do Kernel developers want an SSL library? Please comment!