As Erik points out Fovean nor X-Trans eliminates moire.
Smaller pixel pitch has made moire a very rare phenomenon. It's not impossible to get moire an IQ180 (it's not impossible to get it on ANY digital system, even micro-stepper backs) but it's very uncommon.
Get phase to think about video. If not in hardware, software. They seem to have it down on difficult cameras, like nikon color, the x-trans etc., but so many people shoot combination projects, I can't explain how great it would be if we could ingest the video and still images together, batch out color and tone to match and process.
The software should also convert (transcode) in the process. It's crazy we have to take an h264 file, convert it to pro rezz, them go to a grading suite, then process it out in prorezz, then downsample it for web view for client approval.
Have phase allow you to imbed a visible time code for dailies and do the processing so you can put out two different codecs per file, one for web, one ready for editorial.
Once again, I know your margins are in equipment, but nothing gets a person closer to a company than learning their software.
Ask RED how well cinex is received.
Oh and also find a way to use a dedicated video card to assist.