yes I figure all cameras are flawed / not perfect.
One revelation to me was meeting a professional camera crew operating pro cinema lenses on a RED a few years ago. They had everything could ever dream about but at the same time I didn't want so slow workflow and heaving to be that careful about expensive heavy gear.
I know a lot of people wasn't happy about the pocket mostly because they expected a perfect camera but I expected all the flaws Philip Bloom had described, and they fixed some of them before I got mine (highlight blooming and black sun) so I figure I got a much better camera than I've ordered :-)
So very happy to get sharp images and easy grading (and not having to bother about the painful ML raw2dng for great images). The BMPCC is far from perfect, but it is a small package which addresses all main weaknesses of the 5DmkII which were making me crazy. ML raw really showed me what I had strong reasons to suspect a long time, Canon H.264 really destroys perfectly focused shots. I'll probably still use the 5DmkII for live handheld events at festivals, because I need rugged and I need to be able to take photos too.