@ anthony11 - pick many nits?
It's 6 fps. All the Canon fps specs state 'max' or 'approx' so maybe they are all lies?
Maybe you don't shoot in the rain for fear of having to shout, "I'm melting...what a world."
Do you have trouble seeing the AF points on your 5DIII? Maybe you need to visit an ophthalmologist. They were perfectly visible to me.
Dual CF would be nice. But two is still better than one.
So it does have better metering, right? What's your point there?
"Vaguebook?" Make up words much? Try using one...
The second multicontroller is on the battery
grip, also known as a vertical grip or portrait grip, officially the the BG-E11. It attaches to the bottom of the camera, providing controls for portrait orientation, and the second multicontroller makes AF point selection a lot easier when shooting vertically. The battery
grip for the 5DIII is the first battery grip to offer that feature, also found on the integrated vertical controls on the 1D X. Sorry I didn't make that clear.
So, we agree that the 5DIII doesn't offer significantly better IQ than the 5DII, and based on the long list of your responses, there do seem to be many other changes besides just AF. Just because you don't find those changes beneficial doesn't mean others feel the same - as noted above, the 5DIII gets high marks from a majority.