On a Mac the delete key is the 2nd one down from the top on the RHS,
Quote," I'm not being insulting to you or any other "1" owner, as they are just not aimed at the same person or uses".
You can own more than 1 camera, bjrichus,
I did a reply by mistake, not an edit to a posting - and while our moderators have deleted it (thanks), that option is still not available to the author of a message here. I own four cameras at the moment, and have access to a "loaner" stock at work of about a dozen different designs, makes and type.
My point about not insulting anyone is that some folk get very angry if you suggest their treasured purchase is anything other than wonderful. As one of those who was very vocal and derisory about the V1/J1, I don't want anything thinking that I am insulting THEM, I am expressing my views of the camera. The V2 appears to be better, but still is not quite enough on paper at least, hence my comment that the V3 (or perhaps even the V4) might be.
Like you, I am a full time pro photographer of nearly 50 years standing. Every camera as its place, I love my D3X but I also Like my V1, soon to become a V2, Technology moves at such a pace,The only major problem I find is, that when you have to crop an image then print to A1 size, that's where you see the difference
The V system with the FT1 adapter helps get those long shots without having to spend very serious money on long range telephoto lenses,with its , so I find it does fit in with professional uses
"A1" size. Man - that's a paper size I have not come across since before I emigrated from Europe over a decade ago. ;-)
What you say about large size printing is true. I have done pics that have hung in 2 story high hallways and posters on the outside of buildings. Of course, once you get above about 60" the dot pitch can get bigger as the viewer is (mostly) further away.