I'll take full-time autofocus during video capture.
I would like full-time autofocus during video capture, too. While the contrast detection autofocus during Live View/Video Capture isn't as fast or accurate as phase AF it could be, it is a really convenient feature that doesn't get enough credit. People dismiss it by often saying that (1) the autofocus noises that are picked up during recording are annoying, (2) it's slow and inaccurate, and (3) real videographers use manual focus.
I think that if you're using an external mic, or if you're going to cut out the audio anyway, the first point is moot. While I agree the continuous AF during video is at times slow or inaccurate, the option to have autofocus is convenient - you could always manually focus, but having the option of autofocus helps out a ton in some situations. Even though most videographers manually focus I think that by having a convenient feature like continuous AF during videos, Canon can not only sell more cameras to a wider segment of consumers, but that even professionals could rely on continuous AF at times when manually focusing is difficult. While one who is serious about DSLR videography ultimately invests in a shoulter rig, follow-focus, etc, not having to manually focus during video could conceivably allow people to hold the camera steadier in situations where they don't have those accessories.