Yeah I feel exactly the same, and we have almost the same gear aside from the zooms : ). I downloaded the video file they showed in that article and I really wasn't that impressed. The moire in the opening scene was pretty bad and it didn't wow me like I thought it would based on the description in that EOSHD article. He made it sound like it was a godsend.
Hmm... I just had a thought. I wonder if I'm more impressed with the 5DIII video than others because I used the Cinestyle profile and graded it afterwards.....It did look pretty damn good and responded to grading very very very well.
Honestly, I think the Cinema DSLR is going to crush ALL of these. I've been saying for months that the 5DIII would only have somewhat improved video so it wouldn't eat into the cinema dslr sales. And you have to remember that the 5DII was a still camera originally, video was just an afterthought. They made the best of it and did end up marketing it's video abilities somewhat, but it was still referred to as "the still camera that shoots great video." It's clear they are trying to keep the two separate, that's why they didn't put much effort into the 5DIII, why make it a top-of-the-line video camera when a large portion of the users will NEVER use the feature? I think that's why Canon previewed the CDSLR at the C300 announcement, I mean what other reason is there to show it that far ahead of an announcement? It was Canon's way of telling the indie shooters that they didn't forget about them. So I think that may be the video camera you're looking for.
And people will try and tell you the cinema DSLR is going to be crazy expensive, but this is solely based on the fact that the C300 is "expensive" (even though it isn't at all in the Cinema world). Or that because the C300 is downsampled 4k to 1080p and the cinema dslr is "4k' that it has to be more, based solely on that spec. I think it'll be priced to compete with the FS100, $4-$6k, Canon knows there is a lot of money to be made in that area.
Anyways, I'm getting the CDSLR, no questions and I'm sure it will crush all of this stuff video-wise.
PS. I was expecting to be disappointed with the 5DIII, I waited an hour to go pick it up after they called me (which is very unusual for me, the shop is only 5 min away). But now that i've played with it I really do think it's an awesome camera, once you crank up the ISO to 12800 or 25600 and see how great it looks it's hard not to be happy with it.