Ok, it's a curiosity more than a real question, I apologize in advance for long post:
Usually I code with vim on a ubuntu headless, as a virtualbox guest on my stupid windows 7 host; I access linux terminal using amazing putty (http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html)
BTW, I love putty full-screen mode (Alt-Enter) and here a screenshot of a editing:
Yesterday I tryied to port my ubuntu vim environment using http://www.vim.org/download.php#pc native gVim on windows...: I copied "as is" my .vimrc and plugins directories from the ubuntu to windows, to have my beloved configurations, plugins, colorscheme (BTW, I use "Monokay-Refined" colorscheme).
BTW, the environment is perfectly replicated, a part the Session.vim (that seem incompatible).
gVim configuration: After some moments of panic with gVim configuration... by example I spent some time to understand how to make configurations persistent (changing and fixing the awful default font, remove menubar/toolbar, etc.) achieving a full-screen experience similar to that I use with putty....
BTW, I found excellent beautiful utility to do that: https://github.com/derekmcloughlin/gvimfullscreen_win32/tree/master)
OK, with gVim on windows I finally got the "same" full-screen feeling I usually have using vim on ubuntu through putty, see:
BUT, to be meticulous, as you can see here below... screenshots are similar but not exactly the SAME!?
I mean, I realized that COLORS are a bit differents accessingsame ruby file (by example) on the ubuntu through putty, and a copy of the same file on windows, acccessed with gVim ?! despite the colorscheme, font and all other configs are identical! It seems to me that colors on the gVim installation are a bit "better"... and last but not least some character attributes (italic, bold, etc.) are bettere visualized on gVim that on putty ssh access...
It's a question of putty color/font "rendering" ?
BTW, visualized code is from my ruby project: https://github.com/solyaris/pere