Its disappointing in that Canon doesn't consider bringing some badly needed features to still photographers. My prime example is the adjustable auto ISO that all out of sudden popped up in the T2i/550D: Not only did they have the "audacity" to have a formerly "pro feature" (i.e., restricted to 1D(s) series only, which, however, is in virtually every other manufacturer's crappy P&S these days...) first trickle down to a Rebel, they also refuse to add this feature to the 5DII and 7D.
So Canon, bring a reasonable customizable auto ISO function to these other cameras. Yes, those cameras which are bought by those folks that will in general throw a lot more money down your greedy corporate throat for expensive L glass and other accessories, instead of sticking with the kit lens like the Rebel moms.
This would give us at least the illusion that you actually cared about your customers after you took their money.
Things like this make me hold back on buying any more EOS system gear for now and wait what Nikon shows at Photokina in regards to D700 successor. Fortunately, lenses hold their value pretty well, so jumping ship will not break the bank. In particular, since Canon finally lost their price advantage over Nikon when it comes to lenses.