Look - I should probably clarify MY stance. Everyone has their own perspective, and I appreciate that. Its very possible that in the sort of things you shoot, perhaps crisp resolution IS the most important thing to you, and I don't mean to diminish that.
In MY experience, and the projects that I've shot with DSLR's, I've personally never had a single client question the sharpness of the picture, or ask about why something isn't sharper than it is. I HAVE, however, had to deal with very irritated, paying clients who wanted to know what the heck was up with dancing lines. Explaining moire, with my tail between my legs, and offering to schedule a reshoot was MY low point.
So for me (and this is only for ME), when Canon released the Mk3, I could not possibly have been happier. In side by side tests against my Mk2 (which my clients were already impressed with), I saw slightly better resolution, footage that holds up better to post processing, and NO MOIRE. I know for a lot of people that doesn't mean much, because they're lucky in never having had to deal with it.
I do understand people wanting to see more progress in other areas though, such as the resolution. didn't mean to demean your points, just pointing out my vantage point as well, and got off topic in the process. My original point was simply that DSLR's do excel at video. The length to which they excel is going to be in the eye of the beholder.