You're trying to make it sound like you wrote your initial post to assist everyone, but I'm afraid that your tone made it come across like you were gloating at everyone who can't afford a 1D X... Rather than act defensive now, I'd suggest that you are a little bit more careful not to cause unnecessary offense in future.
Horses for courses. I found the OP interesting and value the trouble he went to to overlay the controls of the 5D3 & the 1DX to illustrate his points. It was a well presented description coming out of direct experience.
If it's pushing buttons for you, try sidestepping the emotion for a moment and see that he's offering a personal viewpoint that is 100% valid for him and plenty of others, but just may not mesh with everyone's position. And that's OK!
Except that nobody cares. Anyone that has a 1D body and/or a 5D Mark III body likely isn't a novice and already knows all of this subjective garbage. And I can say that, because I do have a 1D Mark IV and a 5D Mark III. I love them both. What would I have to gain by going on a message board and starting a thread about how the 5D Mark III will never be the 1D Mark IV, etc. etc. Please don't take my post the wrong way, but really, there was no point at all considering the audience who owns these two cameras. Secondly, I did not pay what I paid for the 1D Mark IV for ergonomics. I paid for the fps, image quality, buffer capacity, autofocus speed. For ergonomics I have no problem with either the 5D Mark III or the 1D Mark IV. Like any tool, you learn how to use the tool. When I get a 1D X I certainly won't be on here flexing because I have one and paid for it for the ergonomics. In fact, I'd rather have a backup 5D Mark II in addition to my glass and other bodies instead of 1D X, at least right now. But yes, eventually I too will buy the 1D X and have it with my 5D Mark III.