You need to put some sunscreen on. (take that as a joke).
But honestly if you think professional photography has that much to do with the camera, you need to get out more, because there are thousands, maybe millions of really astounding photographs, shot by amazing "professional" photographers in all formats and at this stage I would bet 80% of them are shot with a Canon, or Nikon and the people that are shooting these photographs are far from lazy, dumbing it down or non caring. Cut some slack because these photographers give their life to this biz, in fact anybody I know that's good gives their life to this biz.
Also, if you really believe that the format, or cost of the camera adds to the professionalism, then that's your choice, but if you believe your own words then it's time to sell the suv and pick up a p65+.
Personally I think still photography is in a slump and it takes more than still camera's format to get a client's, or a photographer's attention.
I'm with gwhtif (I never spell that name correctly), but I see most of these cameras in the same way I see a toaster oven. They work, until something better comes along, so they are given to KEH, ebay or the camera safe.
The only cameras I probably will not sell are the Contax/Phase, but that has a lot more to do with the camera than the digital backs and I haven't used them for serious work in 9 months, so even at bargain basement prices, I probably should dust off the boxes and see what they're worth (though I know I won't).
Anyway, I bought a 5d2, only for the video capabilities and though the camera doesn't rock my world, the images it produces does.
This example is from a shoot this week, of motion and still imagery and shot mostly with the 5d2. I'm amazed by this camera because in the middle of shooting high def motion, you just push the shutter and click, you've got a raw and high rez jpeg still good enough for any print publication in the world.
I don't like posting pixel peeping sizes, so I've knocked this down to 1/2 size, but at full resolution the hdv clip is almost good enough to retouch and run in print as it covers a 23" apple monitor almost side to side. The still image at 60mpx is way good enough for anything and keep in mind this example was shot at 1600 iso, hand held at F 2.something. Also keep in mind this is at 1/2 the real resolution.
But the thing is, this thread is about F+H and their woes and I still hold to the fact that if F+H and their related digital back associates had produced a camera with the capabilities of this $3,000 5d2, they would be rolling in cash.
I somewhat appreciate your passion and if you honestly believe that the cameras you chose make you better then it probably does. That doesn't mean everybody else is asleep at the wheel because they haven't called in the latest digital back.
At least that's my opinion.