Yeah ! I'm not sure anyone else agrees with you. http://www.provideocoalition.com/in-a-parallel-universe-aja-s-cion-is-am...
Robert you clearly don't like to not have an OLPF, but i do think you're being a bit dramatic. I find it interesting to note that there's a trend to reducing or eliminating OLPF filters from stills cameras, which tend to be the lead for motion imaging directions. Witness the Nikon D800E, The Olympus E-M1, and My Leica M8 and ME don't have an OLPF either. Nor does their medium format beast the S2. Pretty sure a lot of the FUJI rangefinders don't have them either.
What is interesting is that you can get after market OLPF filters fitted to some of the pocket cameras, but plenty of users don't seem to find the need to. I also find it kind of telling that RED seem to have more OLPF options as well so clearly theres trade-off to having one optimized for different conditions, or even, not at all.
Again, having shot GH4's, as well as the Ursa Mini 4.6K, I can think of very very few situations where I wouldn't prefer the image coming from the Ursa Mini over a GH4.
I think it depends what you're after.
I agree with you that 8 bit video is the biggest limitation here. But if you want a camera that shoots video AND does a decent still, then you're looking at these kinds of hybrid DSLR / MILC options. As much as I love my BM pocket, it doesn't take stills, doesn't have IBIS, doesn't have an EVF or even an articulated screen.
Panavision are already in the final stages of development of their own new camera 65 system. They've already launched the lenses here http://www.panavision.com/products/primo-70-series