Nobody I hope - it has the same sensor as the 60d/600d, no swivel screen and doesn't run magic lantern (the hdr video feature alone...). And it doesn't have live view video af like the 650d, quick af with the 7d doesn't make up for that. Furthermore, for some more $$$ you're getting the 5d2 (magic lantern again) and much higher iso capability...
I bought one for video when it was actually the best option. Canon had launched the 5D2 but without a 25fps / PAL mode, the 500D didn't have full frame full HD and the 7D WAS the best option at that time.
Buying now, for video, I wouldn't (the fact I've had a 550D and 600D since, speaks volumes) but it is still a superlative action stills camera, and I'm glad I have it.
Live view video AF? C'mon guys. Video and AF don't go. Particularly with large sensors and shallow DoF. AF quality or lack therof in live view mode should not even register on the scale. If you are a grandad shooting birthday partys, get a compact, or use your phone. If you are at all serious, switch the AF off.