If the number of autofocus points is the only criteria for evaluating a DSLR–you are correct. I prefer to consider much more than that–but to each his or her own.
I remember "1980 style AF" well. No internal focus like all of the "H" lenses have. Cumbersome AF/Manual switches to override autofocus instead of just turning the focus ring like you do on the "H" lenses. The Hasselblad "H" autofocus is the best I've seen in a medium-format camera and far better than any autofocus in 1980.
Of course it is about priorities.
I would just put decent AF very near the top of the list
There are only three controls on a camera that really affect an image
The first two generally change less than the third in most pricture taking environs and are therefore lower priority to automate IMO
I am baffled by the need for hundreds of shooting modes, user modes, or even a meter really!
I would change to any MF system that offered decent AF - none do - IMO the H is the best of a sorry bunch and it just got better -great.
ps do you know how when using the H and Aperture priority how to stop the shutter speed changing after you have chosen your focus point - without pressing any buttons - that is the automation I miss